Celebrate St George’s Day in Hatfield

CRY God for Harry, England and St George in Hatfield this weekend.

Because the town centre will be transported back to medieval times tomorrow (Saturday) – the day after St George’s Day – to celebrate the patron saint of England.

From noon until 5pm there will be children’s activities including a St George and the Dragon sketch performed by de Havilland Saturday Morning Club, a hog roast, bell ringing, and live music.

There will also be funfair rides, arts and crafts activities and a saints-themed quiz, while Welwyn Hatfield mayor Kim Langley will dish out prizes to the winner of a ‘decorate a shield’ competition, which took place in the school holidays.

Hatfield town centre co-ordinator Kellie Bradley said: “There is a wide range of activities and the day promises to be lots of fun. A great day out for the whole family!”


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