Cricklade is holding it’s annual Street festival on Sunday 15th. June 2014 from 11am to 4pm in the High Street. which will be closed from its junction with Calcutt Street to its junction with Abington Court Lane.
The Festival is one of the West’s largest street events attracting thousands of people from all over the area. With an aim of providing a totally free day out for all the family, the festival offers a truly fun-packed day of entertainment every June. Where else will you be able find a whole day filled with live music, dancers, street entertainers, magicians and children’s entertainers – without having to spend a penny!
Do come along and enjoy the fantastic free entertainment .
Artists are now busy preparing for their next exhibition in the Cricklade Town Hall on 14th and 15th June, 2014, which takes place during the Cricklade Festival Week. The winter exhibition will be in the Town Hall on Saturday, 25th and Sunday 26th October. Everyone is welcome and admission is free.
Read more Here for more details and programme and events……… http://wp.me/PPhCq-1jw
Yes it’s true the “Cricklade Bugle” has been publishing its Online Community and Event Website for 4 years.
Cricklade is a Saxon Town situated on the banks of the River Thames on the northern border of Wiltshire between Swindon and Cirencester close to the Roman Ermine Road.
The “Cricklade Bugle” has been supported by many Organisations – Talk about local website www/talkaboutlocal.org /
@TalkAboutLocal and individuals -@getgood @willperrin @mike_rawlins @Media Trust @hill_wheeler @CrickladeLeis @CrickladeTC . And all Cricklade Clubs and followers of the site and twitter. Thank you again for your support.
Currently the Website is hosted on WordPress.com but thanks to an offer of www.bloggersworld.co.uk it is moving to self-hosting using WordPress.org . This may take a little time to develop the site.
Media Trust (www.mediatrust.org ) have sent an invitation to apply to join their our Local360 Network interested in becoming a beacon. The intention is to apply.The future looks good.
Contributors and Guest bloggers are welcome to offer their topics for publication. Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Posted in Home, NEWS, The Cricklade Bugle
Tagged cricklade, cricklade Band, cricklade Bloomers, Cricklade Bugle, cricklade jenner hall, Cricklade Museum, Cricklade Town Council, Cricklade Town festival, Cricklade Walking Group, Get Wiltshire Walking, james gray, North Meadow, talk about local
Despite the weather, it’s been a great day and a fantastic turnout! Thanks to everyone for your incredible support!
The Cricklade Festival is one of the West’s largest street events attracting thousands of people from all over the area. With an aim of providing a totally free day out for all the family, the festival offers a truly fun-packed day of entertainment every June.
Launched in 2000 by local volunteers, the Cricklade Town Festival is still going from strength to strength
Where else will you be able find a whole day filled with live music, dancers, street entertainers, magicians and children’s entertainers – without having to spend a penny!
So why not come down to Cricklade High Street on Sunday June 16th 2013 – you won’t be disappointed!
What’s on at the 2013 Cricklade Festival ? visit http://www.crickladefestival.com/page7.html
The Schedule of Events can be viewed HERE http://www.crickladefestival.com/page10.html
Posted in Events - What's On, NEWS, The Cricklade Bugle
Tagged Bruce Airhead, cricklade Band, Cricklade Festival, Cricklade goes to Hollywood, Cricklade Town festival, Grand Parade, Hollywood, Minety Dancers, Moon Carrot Puppet Show, The Dream Girls, The Mighty Jukes
Cricklade Town Festival are proud to present an evening of the Blues Brothers! With the UK’s finest tribute band in the Town hall for the evening we are sure this is going to be a great night not to be forgotten. Tickets are selling fast, so be sure to get yours!The Bootleg Blues Brothers! Continue reading
At 11.00 o’clock at the Saxon’s Rest, High Street Cricklade, the Cricklade Branch of the Royal British Legion celebrated the 90 years with local schoolchildren. Pupils from Thames Pre-School, Prior Park Preparatory School and St. Sampson’s Junior School released a total of 90 balloons. The event was attended by members of the Branch with the Chairman, Councillors, and Officers of Cricklade Town Council. Pupils from St Sampsons read “In Flanders Field”, a poem which inspired the adoption of the Poppy as the emblem of the British Legion. A prayer was read by the Rev Judith Ashby, Vicar of St Sampson’s Church.
This event was sponsored by LOCATION, Estate agents, 30 High Street, Cricklade.
A Video of the event will be available to be viewed here soon.
Posted in Clubs and Societies, Events - What's On, Home, Local Businesses, NEWS, The Cricklade Bugle, Town and County Council
Tagged Bugle, cricklade, Cricklade Town festival, Location, Location Estate Agency, Royal British Legion, www.crickladebugle.co.uk
Cricklade Jenner Hall are organising a Scarecrow competition on St Sampson’s School Field for Children and Young People.
Details and guidance can be found HERE or Click Scarecrow image.
Proceeds of Competition to ” Raise the Roof ” Campaign.
Judges: David Tetlow, Mike Draper (a local farmer) & Worzel Gummidge
Any questions email email@example.com .
Why “Procrastinate Daily” ? Well I came across two videos prepared by two Sisters Alice and Amy who are from Cricklade . I am including them as they present a different novel report of Cricklade. They present a “Procrastinate Daily Channel” at http://www.youtube.com/user/ProcrastinateDaily
The first video is entitled “Early Morning Ramble”
The second is about the Town Festival “Cricklade by the Sea”
Enjoy and please leave a comment.