Bewdley’s popular Cherry Fair will be held on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 July. The Fair, which is organised by Wyre Forest District Council, will take place in and around Bewdley Museum and the Jubilee Gardens.
Visitors can enjoy live music in the Green Theatre from midday until 3pm. Sit back, relax and soak up the entertainment. Why not hire a deck chair for the afternoon? The Groove Diggers will perform on Saturday and there will be music from Remi Harris on Sunday. The Harvington Household, a group of Georgian dancers, will also perform on Sunday.
Cherry activities for children will be available along with face painting. Locally grown cherries will be on sale throughout the day.
There will be a chance to learn about the history of Bewdley’s Cherry Fair and the distribution of the cherry trade across Britain both past and present.
Councillor Anne Hingley, Wyre Forest District Council’s Cabinet Member for Health, Well-being and Housing said:
“The history of cherry picking in Bewdley is fascinating and deserves recognition. This event is becoming more and more popular every year and attracts a large crowd. It is fantastic that historical aspects of Bewdley are celebrated.”
The museum will be open until 5pm on Sunday.
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