Popular Hertfordshire village festival to take place

PUBLISHED: 08:04 21 June 2017 | UPDATED: 08:26 21 June 2017

Burnham Green Festival 2016 by Helen Carter

Burnham Green Festival 2016 by Helen Carter

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A popular bank holiday festival will be back again this year and is expected to attract hundreds of people.

Burnham Green will be holding its annual village festival on the bank holiday of August 28.

The event has previously attracted crowds of up to 2,000 people.

There will be children’s races, a horticultural show in the marquee, pony rides, a funfair, tea tent, plus various stalls and attractions,

Weather permitting, there will be a Spitfire aerobatic display.

Festival committee member Alan Tyler said; “There’s normally an incredible turn out.

“Last year it was very good and the weather was good - the year before it rained.

“What we do is for the village. We raise money to invest back into the village.”

If you want an entry form for the produce show, contact Alan on 01438 798748.

The festival opens at 2pm.

It has been an annual event since 1995.

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