Hundreds of people flocked to BCUC’s Wellesbourne campus for a day of music, dance and entertainment at the Wycombe Community Festival on Saturday 28th July.  The day was jam-packed with performances from across the globe – one of the most popular acts of the day was a display of Bharantanatyam classical Indian dance.

Other performers included Capoeira Angola Palmeres who performed capoeira, the Brazilin martial art; they wowed the onlookers with their acrobatic leaps and jumps.  The young dancing troupe, Bridging Hearts also got a loud round of applause following their routine.

A host of culinary delights were available for all to try including Caribbean and Sri Lankan cuisine and the more traditional cream tea.

Dozens of community groups set up stalls at the campus including Action 4 Youth, London Wasps and the Wycombe Islamic Society.  Bucks Fire and Rescue took along their information van and drew in big crowds with their chip pan fire demonstration and fire dog display.

As with the previous year, Wycombe Steel Orchestra were present to perform as a centrepiece and were well received by the public that day.