Wednesday, 20 March 2013

It’s All Happening Here

Don’t forget this Saturday (23rd March) Worcester Park is the place to be (with a bit going on in North Cheam too).

The Worcester Park Traders Association (WPTA) are hosting an Easter celebration day including children's colouring competition, balloon race, face painters, balloon sculptures, fairground rides, a rolling raffle, wine tasting, zumba dancing plus the Easter bunny will be there as well!

Sharing Central Road with all this frivolity will be the now regular French Market (from Friday through to Sunday - 10am -3pm each day) offering their many produits fran├žais for sale by real French people. Pop down for your Gallic garlic, Parisian patisserie and Norman nibbles while you browse the many crafts and novelties that only a street market provides.

If during all of this you suddenly find your self overcome by the need to dance, worry not! At Worcester Park's ‘You Are Here’ popup shop at 44 Central Road there will be free family dance sessions all day.

And meanwhile at the new meanwhile space popup shop just up the road (at the Victoria House crossroads), Worcester Park’s own Magic Marcus Morgan will be performing his special brand of magic and fun. The show will include a balloon modelling competition, party games and something called “Puppet Karaoke”. Its on from 2pm until 5pm and it's all free so just turn up with the little-uns and enjoy.

So if you were wondering what to do on Saturday, now you know!





2 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Dave said...

The French Market is very welcome.
On their last visit I bought some of the best bread I've ever tasted - better even than home-made. And I got rid of a few unwanted Euros.
Those who have (elsewhere) expressed concern that these events take trade away from local businesses should think again. The increased footfall benefits everyone.

Natasha said...

Hi, don't if you can help me. Do you know the name of the two ladies that were doing the balloon sculpturers in the street at the late night shopping and possibly this event to?

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