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Funday this Sunday

Friday 31 May 2019

Hertford Castle Funday takes place this Sunday from 12-5pm.

The event is organised by The Rotary Club of Hertford, in partnership with Hertford Town Council and is held in the Castle Grounds.

Organisers promise a fun family afternoon, raising money for Homestart and Alzheimer’s Society.

Up to fifty stalls will exhibit on the castle lawn offering ice cream, wood fired pizza, face painting, children’s games, a bouncy castle, charity stalls and much more. 

The programme of entertainment on the stage promises to bring dancing and music for all ages.

The programme begins at 12.00noon bringing a variety of great entertainment with performers including 'The Banghra Drummers', a Zumba dancing show and 'Shades of Midnight' - Hatfield Rotary’s very own rock band. Crowd favourites include the Graham Moss Big Band and Fusion Singers who will return again this year to round off the programme. 

The event is sponsored by Network Homes and Datum Contracts & Construction Management Ltd. 

In addition to the outside activity, Hertford Castle will be open to the public free of charge. 

Ivan Legallais, President of Rotary Club of Hertford, said: "Do come along on June 2nd to the annual Fun Day at The Castle grounds! This has always been popular with families, offering a range of entertainment, stalls and refreshments. So the Rotary Club of Hertford, with the support of Hertford Town Council, is pleased to organise the fun once more. Free entry, but charitable donations welcome."

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