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Join in this years 10th Anniversary celebrations at Wycombe Community Festival

19th May 2015

Press Release

Join in the celebrations at Wycombe Community Festival & Carnival Parade

Wycombe Community Festival & Carnival Parade celebrations will take place this year on Saturday 25th July 2015, from 12.00 untill 9.00pm.  Now in its tenth year, the Wycombe Community Festival is one of the largest free outdoor cultural community events in the Wycombe calendar and involves local schools, community groups and residents. The day starts at 12.00pm with a carnival parade and ends at 9.00pm with free entry all day on the Rye.

This year’s festival will feature: live performances from local bands, national and international recording artists.  Also, the Wycombe Steel Orchestra, the School of Steelpans; dancers and other cultural performances will be showcasing their talent.  Entertainment on the world stage with a carnival parade will be here for you to enjoy from 12.00pm. As in previous years, there will be a range of free sporting taster sessions run by local sports clubs and leisure organisations along with many stalls and local activities.

The Wycombe Community Festival is organised by SV2G and is currently looking for sponsors to ensure the day is a success.  SV2G invites companies and individuals to help shape this dynamic event that reflects our diverse and vibrant community.   Sponsors, volunteers are all are encouraged to contact the office to find out more info and or register their support on 01494 459449.

Jacqueline Roberts from SV2G commented that “The festival is a great opportunity for all to participate that reflects our diverse and vibrant community we live in. We would welcome all to attend and enjoy the day as we have a fantastic line up of entertainment, there will be plenty to keep all of the family happy.”

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Notes for editors

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2nd Generation (SV2G) was established in 2003 and is a registered charity. SV2G manages the School of Steelpan and Wycombe Steel Orchestra, and the annual Wycombe Community Festival.  SV2G is an Arts & Heritage organisation that has a range of innovative and exciting projects that help develop awareness of and celebrate African and Caribbean culture.

For further information please contact SV2G on 01494 459 449