WhizzFizzFest Runway Stage is big part of the festival with Holy Cow Fashion Show, Bhangtra Dancers,Fancy Dress Competition and a Young Artists Showcase. Hosted by Dan Blaze
Whizz Fizz Fest Parade & Around Aylesbury
There's something for everyone at WhizzFizzFest...
The family-friendly literary and arts festival has become an eagerly anticipated annual event for Aylesbury town centre, attracting visitors with interests in all areas of the arts. Originally inspired by Roald Dahl, children’s literature continues to be an integral part of the traditional and much-loved parade as well as for WhizzFizzFest in its entirety.
ATC's Soap Box 2019
SOAPBOX DERBY Race Day in Aylesbury, at Whitehill Park, for the 5th Soapbox Derby. 28 Soapboxes battled in 2 categories: a Junior Section & a Senior Section. They all had one practice run followed by 3 timed runs.
A good crowd turned out to the free event run by Aylesbury Town Council. There were free activities throughout the day off course for the children.
Thame & District Round Table Duck Race 2019
Captain Ducky and his pirate crew poured Hundreds of duck into the river Thame on Sunday 16th June The Duck Race is a much-loved yearly event to raise money for local charities in a fun way for all the family. Your numbered ticket corresponds to an individual duck. The first three ducks to cross the finish line will win vouchers, with all other proceeds donated to local causes. The race started on the old town bridge Priest End, behind St Mary’s church. Gates open at 10.30am and the race will start at around 11.00am. Tickets was sold for £2 per duck, from local groups, Thame Town Hall and at Thame Carnival and on the day.
Thame Carnival 2019
“SAVE THE PLANET” Was Thame Carnivals theme for 2019 ….everybody was encouraged to bring their own reusable drink containers and cutlery to help reduce the amount of waste the carnival produces. A free water station was provided by LWS World Challenge to refill bottles and rinse cutlery.
Each year Thame Carnival raises huge amounts of money for charities and organisations from Thame and the surrounding villages.Much of the money raised is via each stall being run by the charity themselves. Additionally the Thame Carnival team selects it’s own charities and this year they were: The Red Kite Family Centre & Thame Youth Projects Group.
Activities : Massive Bouncey Castle, Last man standing, Zorbing, Welly Wanging, Egg throwing, Duck fishing, Learn an instrument, Go Karts, Bottle Tombola, Aunt Sally, Mini rugby, Meet the Fire service. Lots of other stalls for kids, teens and adults.
Dog show : Dog display from Paws in the Park, Food tasting for your dog from BecoPets and a selection of Dog show classes to win rosettes and prizes.
Arena and stage : DJ Dan Blaze, Student music showcase, Emerald Academy of Performing Arts, Thame Music Academy & Thame Institute of Music student showcase, Studio 25 Dance Group, Fire Service Car Roof Cutting Demonstration
Refreshments: Licensed Bar, Pimms Tent, Ice cream, Burgers, Gin stall, Pizza, Frozen Yoghurt, Pork baps, Barbarian Grill, Hot donuts, Cakes, Tea and Coffee
X Factor finalists United Vibe took to the stage for a 45 minute set and afterwards they held a Meet & Greet session for their fans, who could also purchase merchandise.
Lindengate Summer Fair
The weather holds for Lindengate summer fair today great fun day out. Fair was opened by Russell Grant
Lindengate is a mental health charity that offers specialised gardening activities to help those with mental health needs in their continuing recovery. The charity operates from a 5-acre site in south Buckinghamshire which is easily reached from within Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire. We offer gardening, conservation, horticulture, craft and construction activities that enable users to spend time in a managed and calm environment, either singly or in small groups, reducing their isolation and working towards their recovery.