Vintage cars, handmade crafts, artisan bakers, dog show, climbing wall, Punch & Judy and children’s rides – yes, there was fun for all ages at Hollingworth’s Festival on the Green last weekend!
Glorious sunshine bathed this year’s village event which took place on Wedneshough Green.
Among the festivities Arnfield Brass Band belted out traditional music whilst acoustic covers band ‘The Wednesday Club’ and Glossop community music project ‘’Let’s Sing’ completed the live musical element.
With lots of pop-up stalls housing crafts, artisan bakers, there were also bouncy castles, slides and lots of fabulous food on offer, backed up by circus skills, pony rides, a climbing wall, an African drum workshop, the ubiquitous ‘Punch and Judy’ and a classic car show.
For dog lovers and owners, there was also a Fun Dog Show courtesy of the Tameside and Glossop branch of the RSPCA.
The annual festival which was revived in 2006 after a gap of nearly 30 years seems to gain in popularity year on year as more villagers and visitors from across the borough to turn out to show their support for this fun-filled family event.
For more information, regarding next year’s show, please contact: Mary Jessop on 01457 764299
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