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Huge line-up of fun and attractions for St George's Festival 2024

Street performers, live entertainment, stalls, amusements, crafts, street food and fun will fill March town on Sunday, April 21, for the 2024 St George's Festival.

St George's Festival logo

The action takes place 10am to 4pm in and around March Library, City Road, City Road car park and West End Park.

A parade filled with elaborate carnival costumes will set off from West End Park band stand at 11.30am.

The festival will include street performers, live music, amusements, historical re-enactments, fun games, 100 plus stalls, falconry, crafts and activities and much more.

Bands, school and community choirs and theatre performers will entertain throughout the day from the main stage, in front of the library, and West End Park band stand.

Visitors are encouraged to travel by public transport, foot or cycle where possible as town centre parking will be limited.

Limited free parking is available in Darthill Road car park and at March Community Centre, Station Road.

A free park and ride service will be available from Fenland District Council's offices at Fenland Hall, County Road, dropping off and collecting from the back of Broad Street's Boots, in Mill View, 9.30am to 4.30pm - a short walk from March train station.

City Road car park will not be available for parking. The Brewin Chase will be closed during the event.

A hunt for dragon pictures around town shops remains open until Tuesday, April 30. Entry forms are printed in Discovering Magazines, which are delivered through doors and available for collection from March library, subject to availability.

The St George's Festival has once again been organised by a partnership including March Events Committee, MarketPlace - Creative People & Places, March Library, The Library Presents, 20Twenty Productions, Cambridgeshire Skills and Fenland District Council.

St George's Festival poster 2024


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April 2024

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