TOWERSEY FRINGE FESTIVAL RETURNS

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Here is some fantastic news about an upcoming local event….! After careful consideration and weighing up of all the risks, the organisers of the festival have decided that this year’s Towersey Fringe will be going ahead! They are aiming to have as ‘normal’ event as possible, but also keeping everything as safe as possible. The event will be taking place on 28th & 29th August 2021.

On the evening of Saturday 28th August they will be hosting their unique ticketed Comedy Event again, however the precise format of this will be devised nearer the time, once they know what is possible. Please be assured, that whatever they do, the safety and wellbeing of the visitors, performers, vendors and volunteers will be paramount.

On the afternoon and evening of Sunday 29th August the fringe shall be putting on their usual brilliant day of local bands playing live, the famous Fringe Bar, great food from local vendors, the Fringe Spa, activities for kids and much more.

Towersey Fringe shall of course follow all necessary government Covid-19 guidelines which may be applicable at the time, and will keep you up to date going forward. This is great news as we could all do with a fantastic local weekend at the end of the Summer to let our hair down and enjoy this wonderful community we are all lucky enough to live in!

For further information please search ‘Towersey Fringe’ via Facebook or visit their website via: www.towerseyfringe.co.uk

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