Sneinton Festival Programme
6th-14th July 2013
Community Art Projects... Enchanted Forest Free Kids Art Workshops
The Wishing Tree Project Free Adult Photography Workshops
Every Wednesday 4-5pm From 12th June - 11th July at Sneinton Library
Every Saturday 12-1pm From 8th June-13th July at Sneinton Library
Come along to help plant hanging baskets around the Greenway Centre and clean up Tricketts Park. Decorate a Parade float with local artists Kalina and Sophie Enjoy some free soup and sandwiches, and a bouncy castle and multi-sports for the kids!
Colwick Woods Gala Day
Greenwood Rd (opposite Nottingham Academy) Catch the No. 43 bus for the 9th annual celebration of Colwick Woods – a fun day for all of the family. Wide variety of stalls, entertainment, refreshments and activities – archery, dancers, food, dog shows,Vikings, kick boxing, chainsaw carving, live music. Come and see the best views in Nottingham, explore and learn about the nature reserve.
wick Col nal o d s Internatio o W Day Food Evening Gala Sunday 7th July 12-4pm
Friday 12th July 6-8pm
reenway At the G Centre 6th July Saturday 3pm y11.30am -
Greenway is having its annual general meeting at 1pm
Friday 12th July 6-8pm The Secret Kitchen Cafe Venue: Old School Hall
All work made in these workshops will be on display in the enchanted forest in Greenway Park at Sneinton Festival! Come along and get creative. Visit www.humancamera.org for more information
Festival Launch Event
International Food Evening
Timeline Of Festival Events...
A long standing Sneinton Festival favourite this year with a difference. All the appetising atmosphere and delightful food aromas of previous years but with the Secret Kitchen Cafe’s social twist. A night of social eating a food story telling. Make a dish, bring a dish, share a dish. 10 cooks and local groups from across our diverse community will make food for us to sit down and share together. Showcase your culture, we invite you to bring a family favourite dish to share. The more your make the more there is to share
Bring... * Starter * Salad * Main Dish * or a Desert Book a free ticket to guarantee a seat (no one will be turned away but ticket holders will be seated first) Bring a favourite family dish or contribute with a donation. Bring your stories of family meals. Bring along Family photos of glorious meals gone by * Birthdays * Christmas * Festivals * Holy Days Let’s show Nottingham how diverse Sneinton is through the food you love!
Ticket booking at: www.secretkitchencafe.com
Carniva l Parade Saturda y 13th Ju ly 12-1pm
Tricket P ar Saturday k 13th July 12pm 7.30pm
Saturd ay 13th July 8pm onwar ds
Sunday nic 14th 12-4pm the Wi at ndmill
MAIN STAGE LINE UP
1pm-1:10pm – The Lord Mayor Of Nottingham Merlita Bryan 1:15pm – 1:45pm – Made In The Shade 1:45pm - 2:15pm – Chips Malone 2:15pm - 2:25pm – Ivan 2:25pm – 2:35pm – Kristina smith 2:35pm – 3:35pm – “Sneinton’s Got Talent” 3:35pm – 4:35pm – Fashion Show 4:35pm – 5pm – Tombola/Raffle/Limbo 5pm – 5:20pm – Nay Nay & Veronica Caine 5:20pm – 5:30pm - DJ 5:30pm – 6:10pm - Kundallini 6:10pm – 6:25pm – Janine-Nicole 6:25pm – 7pm – Mizzred Elements 7pm – 7:30pm – Football final”
There will be a wide variety of stalls, including all kinds of food, information, facepainting, jewellery, games and more!
Arts and Crafts Tent! ‘My Place In The World’ When: Where:
Saturday 13th July 11am - 5pm Greenway Park (Behind The Greenway Community Centre)
Join us for free in the heart of Sneinton Festival! ‘My Place In The World’ is a creative open project, suitable for adults and children alike. Using photography and other art materials, we will make work that explores the diversity and colour of Sneinton and its community. Everyone is welcome! All materials will be provided.
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Saturday 13th July Main Da y!
FESTIVAL AFTER PARTY!
At the Lord Nelson Pub. 8pm till Late. Simply the best party in town. Thanks to Hayley,Tom, and Daniel!
PICNIC A post festival wind-down at The Windmill Sunday 14th July 12-4pm Join us for a picnic - bring some food and enjoy the stalls, some chilled music, fun workshops inside the windmill, and hopefully a few surprises!
CARNIVAL PARADE ROUTE
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Parade themes :
There are a few different costume themes this year including: Childhood Super Heroes, Masquerade, Animals, Hollywood Stars and Diversity
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Meeting at 11:15am at Windmill car park for free refreshments and face painting Set off at 12pm Head onto Windmill Lane, turning left onto Sneinton Dale, down to Highcliff Road, up Highcliff to the top of Sneinton Boulevard, from the top of Sneinton Boulevard down to Trent Road, across Colwick Road, down Trent Lane, finishing at the Greenway Centre!
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This yearâ€™s festival has been brought to you by the Seninton Festival Group: Anna, Louise, Dave, Brendan, Kallina, Sophie, Jacqui, Andy, Jane, Shaz, Nicola, Liz, Paul, Marsha, Jordan and many more. Thanks to the local councillors, David Mellen, Gul Khan and Ken Williams for funding the event. Thanks also to the Renewal Trust, Edale Primary, William Booth Primary and the CofE primary Schools, the Greenway Centre, Old school Hall, all the bands/artists that are performing for free this year, the dance groups, the Police, Leon Lewis and Mick Guthrie, Sneinton Alchemy and the Community Organisers, the Lord Nelson Pub, and all of you that have taken part. See you next year when hopefully we can start a bit earlier in the year and with more of you involved in some way!
BROCHURE DESIGN by Human Camera : Devi Codron
Published on Jun 24, 2013
Published on Jun 24, 2013
The brochure for this years’ Sneinton Festival – a week of family orientated fun packed events, all of which are free! The launch of the fe...