Fun for all the family at Beccles Rose May Fete this bank holiday

A dance performance at a previous Rose May Fete. Picture: James Bass.

A dance performance at a previous Rose May Fete. Picture: James Bass. - Credit: James Bass

Arena displays, musical performances and a fun dog show will be on the line-up at the Beccles Rose May Fete this weekend.

The event is being staged in the grounds at Ringsfield Village Hall on Bank Holiday Monday, May 1, from 10am to 4pm.

As well as a range of musicians and bands, there will be dance performances, over 30 craft and charity stalls, a children's bouncy castle, cream teas, hot food and more.

The first performance of the day will be the Lowestoft Longshore Men performing live at 10.15am in the main arena.

Taking the centre stage will also be some of the cast of Bungay youth theatre group who will be performing songs from their next production Les Misérables, which is being staged at the Fisher Theatre in Bungay from July 6 to 8.

Other performances will come from Bungay's Florido School of Dance, live music from Abby Bourke and Bella Tonic from Beccles.

The dog show has been sponsored by Skinner's Pet Foods who have supplied prizes and rosettes for the winners. Classes cost £1 to enter and dogs can be registered at the sign in table on arrival at the event.

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The classes will be prettiest bitch, most handsome dog, cutest puppy, best rescue, best veteran (eight years and over), dog the judges would most like to take home and best in show.

The main sponsor for this year's event is Moore Music Roadshow, who will be taking control of the microphone and making sure the day runs smoothly.

There will also be a grand raffle with some amazing prizes from businesses in and around Beccles.

If anyone would like to book a pitch at the event, email or call 01502 217324.

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