New! The Bournville Village Christmas Festival 2018

The Bournville Village Christmas Festival will take place on Saturday 1st December on and around Bournville Village Green, beginning at 12:00pm.

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The Bournville Christmas Festival 2018

The Bournville Christmas Festival, on and around Bournville Village Green, is back.

Taking place on Saturday 1st December from 12pm-5pm, the event will feature the much-loved lights switch-on at 5pm and the chance to meet Father Christmas.

Admission is free and the Festival will include:

  • Choirs and music from the Bournville Carillon
  • Food stalls
  • Crafts stalls
  • And more…

The event is being run by Bournville Village Trust, Bournville Village Council, Busy Parents Network, Riverside Church, Selly Manor Museum, The Carillon and Rest House and St Francis Church.

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As part of the Christmas Festival, Selly Manor Museum will be bringing the Christmas story to life in an interactive walk-through that welcomes both adults and children alike. This event is being run in partnership with Riverside Church and pre-booking is essential. To book tickets, which are £5 per person, please go to the Selly Manor Museum website.

Our new Festival Queen for 2018 is chosen

Congratulations to Katie Falk, pictured centre, this year’s new Festival Queen.

Katie has been dancing in the Maypole for a number of years and would have been dancing as a gypsy this year were it not for her good fortune in being selected as Festival Queen.

She was chosen from six contestants by invited judge Mr Gerrard Baldwin, General Manager of Cadbury World and his wife Mrs Christine Baldwin.

The judges said “It was a very difficult task to pick just one winner as the standard of entrants was so high, well done to all the girls that entered.”

A special mention to our runners up, Mia Evans and Gemma Seeley pictured left and right respectively.


BBC News - Technology

15 December 2018

BBC News - Technology

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