Dursley Rural Festival 2007
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Cam walkers

A Programme of Guided Walks

Please click here to download the Programme of Guided Walks for all abilities. The wide selection of walks will take place on Saturday 26th May, Sunday 27th May and Monday 28th May. Booking is essential for all walks. Numbers are limited to 20, so please book well in advance to avoid disapointment.

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Beer Festival

Beer Festival

Saturday 26th May - Monday 28th May. 11.00am until 11.00pm.
Ales from breweries along the Cotswold Way.
Tickets £5 from 'The Old Spot', R.P. Jones and Vale Vision.

Displays and Activities
Local schools activities - Friday 25th May. Please check with individual schools for details.
Jenako's Amazing Tetteh from Ghana
World Jungle Extravaganza! - Friday 25th May, 7.00pm. Featuring incredible African Drumming and Dance Group from Ghana, Jenako, supported by other World Jungle members with local youth performances from the Cam and Dursley area. Tickets £5 on the door with all funds going to support World Jungle (a not for profit organisation).
www.worldjungle.org.uk
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Catch the learning bug!
Catch the Learning Bug! - Saturday 26th May, 10.00am-4.00pm.
Join 'The Learning Community' (TLC) for range of free taster sessions and activities, and view a display of rural crafts
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Featuring the climax of the 'Celebrating Cam and Dursley' project with the launch of a book of local walks, displays of community art and reminiscences from local residents.
The Big Quiz - Sunday 27th May, 7.00pm. Who will be the Rural Festival Team of the Year! Tickets £12 per team of four players. Marquee on the Recreation Field, Dursley. Whether you are a quiz enthusiast or just want an entertaining evening, do not miss this special event with that experienced and well known quizmaster – Jane Ball
The Big Quiz

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Family Fun and Games! - Lots and lots for the kids to enjoy including family swimming, face painting, organised games and activites, 'Kid's Corner' and treasure hunt.
Children's Fancy Dress - theme: 'The Countryside'

Local Food and Rural Crafts

Farmers Market and Crafts - Sunday 27th May, 10.00am-4.00pm

Including Cookery Demonstration by that well known Gloucestershire Chef, Robert Rees.

Visit the Farmers Market
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Dances, Concerts, Bands

Barn Dance - Saturday 26th May, 7.30pm. Barn dance to the Bees Knees. Tickets £8 including Ploughman's supper. You may have been to a Barn Dance in a hall or maybe even in a Barn, but what better place to be with good company on a May evening than in a marquee on Dursley Recreation Ground.

Dance the night away!
Supper Dance - Monday 28th May, 7.30pm . Supper Dance Buffet by The Old Spot. Music by Ben Whittard and Dan Harris. Tickets £12 inclusive of buffet (available from 'The Old Spot', R.P. Jones and Vale Vision). What better way to end a day after joining the walking groups or appreciating the events on the field, bring your friends and enjoy good food, excellent company, a glass of Ale or maybe even wine and ensure that Dursley celebrates the beautiful area in which we live with a National trail right on our doorstep.

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