Ebrington Village Fete – a fantastic afternoon for all the family

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Saturday 12th July – 14.00 Ebrington Cricket Ground
Something for everyone – Family Dog Show and Agility Event, Chipping Campden School Swing Band, The Westminster Morris Men, Birds of Prey and Ebrington Arms Beer Festival Tent ( 14.00 – 19.00) – a traditional Cotswold village fete.

Lots of new attractions plus all the traditional stalls and games – Classic Cars, Bikes and Tractors, Bouncy Castle, Hay Rides, Fresh Produce, Cakes, Jams, Plants, BBQ and Teas.

Ebrington Cricket Club on the Chipping Campden Road – Free Parking

A lovely Cotswold Village – a traditional village fete- a wonderful setting.

The Westminster Morris Men first danced in public on Coronation Day 1953. Since then they have made their home in the City of Westminster in London and have established themselves as one of the leading Morris sides in the Country.
They have a large repertoire of dances, based on the Cotswolds Morris tradition. They specialise in dances collected from Longborough in Gloucestershire.
Their distinctive costume consists of a black and yellow tabard, bearing a portcullis emblem, worn with a white shirt and trousers and a black straw hat with a rosette. They are usually accompanied by their famous Unicorn ( the only live Unicorn in captivity) and he, together with the portcullis, demonstrates their link with the City of Westminster.
They have an Annual Tour of the Cotswolds in July and this year, 2008, they will be performing at the following locations:-

Saturday 12th July
10.45 Broadway The Lygon Arms, 12.00 Chipping Campden The Square
13.15  Longborough The Coach & Horses, 15.00 Ebrington The Village Fete
16.30 Stow-on-the-Wold The Market Place, 18.30 Blockley The Crown Inn
19.30 Ebrington The Ebrington Arms

Sunday 13th July
11.45 Stow-on-the-Wold The Market Place 13.00 Burford The Lamb Inn
Timings are all approximate.

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