Try the outdoor gym at Brookside recreation ground
Next Farmers Market - Saturday 6th July 2019 - Methodist Church car park Windsor Street
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Posted: Mon, 17 Jun 2019 12:23 by Parish Council
A sell-out fundraising fashion show held in Burbage Millennium Hall raised £1,762 for YoungDementiaUK.
The event, staged by Love Labels Fashion Shows, was organised by Burbage resident Christine Reddall, whose daughter Anna died aged 42 in 2017 after being diagnosed with a rare form of young dementia in 2012.
Mrs Reddall has said "a huge thank you" to everyone who supported the cause.
Posted: Thu, 13 Jun 2019 09:25 by Parish Council
THE popular Snap Dragon Children and Family Festival will be back for the ninth year running this summer with a week-long programme of activities taking place in Hinckley's Argents Mead and Hollycroft Park from Monday 5 August to Friday 9 August.
The free event, which is organised by the Borough Council, will take place daily from 11am to 3pm. Each day will feature a different theme and a selection of activities supported by the LCC Children and Family Wellbeing Service as well as sand play sponsored by Hinckley BID. More »
Monday 5 August is Seaside Fun Day in Argents Mead. Enjoy a traditional seaside day and party atmosphere with The Distractions performing at the grand opening event at 11am and 1pm. There will be beach and sand play, traditional peep boards, side shows, seaside crafts, creative play, traditional fair plus much more.
At the same time Hinckley and District Museum in Lower Bond Street will be hosting a Roman Day (suitable from age five upwards) from 11am to 3pm, featuring dressing up, writing, jewellery making and crafts on a Roman theme. Admission to the Roman day is £1 per person which includes museum entry.
Tuesday 6 August is Out of this World Day in Argents Mead. Children can let their imagination run wild with dinosaurs, space men, aliens and travel through the universe in the planetarium. There's a chance to discover a world in space and become a star gazer, meet a giant T-Rex and cute baby dinosaurs. Or kids can become an explorer, look through a microscope and see what they can discover. There will also be barefoot yoga, a slime workshop, storytelling and plenty more to keep the whole family entertained.
Wednesday 7 August is National Play Day, the national celebration of a child's right to play in Argents Mead. Back by popular demand this year is the water slide so a towel is advised; plus there will be dressing up, pavement art, a climbing wall, giant bubble blowing and youngsters can have a go at being a circus performer with the amazing circus party tent.
Thursday 8 August is Fairy Tale Fantasy in Argents Mead. Youngsters can have a ride on a magical unicorn, meet farm animals, customise a teddy (either bring your own or buy one for a small charge), decorate a gnome, create a wand and show off their best moves at the Snappy disco. There will also be a magical sandpit, fairy village, gnome trail and a musical workshop.
Friday 9 August is the Snap Dragon spectacular at Hollycroft Park in Hinckley where everyone can enjoy this year's Young People's Festival showcasing talent from across Hinckley and Bosworth. Visitors are encouraged to bring a picnic and enjoy the festival atmosphere. Enjoy lots of play activities, pavement art, giant bubbles, photo booth and performances from Shelby Academy of Performing Arts. Youngsters can make a fabulous outfit for the children's fashion show, join in the karaoke and have lots of fun on the final day of events.
As well as the week-long festival in Hinckley, Snap Dragon on Tour 2019 will be visiting villages in the borough with a new and exciting programme of events and activities. Everyone is welcome to attend the events, no booking is necessary:
- Thursday 25 July (11am to 2pm) – Peckleton Village Hall, Main Street, LE9 7RE
- Friday 26 July (11am to 2pm) – Nailstone Village Green, Church Road, CV13 0QH
- Tuesday 30 July (11am to 2pm) – Groby Village Hall, LE6 0DJ
- Wednesday 31 July (11am to 2pm) – Market Bosworth parish grounds, Park Street, CV13 0LL
There will also be scavenger hunts, bug exploring, den building, role play and drama, as well as lots of other exciting activities. The festival's full programme, can be downloaded from the council's website at www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/snapdragon
Executive Member for Culture, Tourism, and Town Centres at the Borough Council, Councillor Keith Nichols, said: "I'm really proud to support the Snap Dragon Festival once again this year. This popular events offers many fantastic opportunities for children, young people, families and friends to come together and have a great time, trying new things and having lots of fun. I hope that as many people as possible can join us at these events and have a fantastic time."
In addition, there are a range of mini Snap Dragon events delivered in partnership with a range of local organisations. These range from free squash taster sessions and trampolining to baking, face painting and crafts. For a comprehensive guide to activities and information for children, young people and their families in Hinckley and Bosworth, the What's Going Down brochure for 2019 will be available to download from www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk from the beginning of July.
- For more information contact Rebecca Ball, Children and Young People's Strategic Co-ordinator, on 01455 255937. » Less
Posted: Thu, 13 Jun 2019 09:11 by Parish Council
A SPECIAL outdoor service and parade will be held in Hinckley on Saturday 29 June to enable people to show their support for the Armed Forces.
Now in its 11th year, Armed Forces Day offers everyone a chance to thank the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, from currently serving troops to service families, veterans and cadets.
A procession will leave Castle Street outside Jaspers (the former Co-op) at 10.50am and march down Castle Street and into Argents Mead for a service starting at 11.00am. The service will last for around 25 minutes and then the parade will make its way down Castle Street and along Station Road where a formal salute will be taken. More »
Organised by Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council and the Hinckley Combined Ex-services Association, the event will include representatives from several regiments, nationalities, sections and services, including the local cadet forces.
All are welcome to attend this free event and honour the current and past serving men and women. Anyone wishing to attend the service in Argents Mead is respectfully asked to arrive by 10.45am.
Executive Member for Culture, Leisure, Tourism and Town Centres at the Borough Council, Councillor Keith Nichols, said "We are proud to be supporting Armed Forces Day once again this year. It is important to remember and recognise what the men and women in our Armed Forces have done and continue to do for us. I hope that our residents will join us to thank our armed forces at this very special event."
The Armed forces day flag will also be flown at the Hinckley Hub from Monday 24 June to Monday 1 July in order to mark this national event. » Less