WIN TICKETS to this years Oakfest, Saturday 10th June

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Following the huge success of the last festival OakFest returns on Saturday 10th June in the grounds of Oakley School (Worminghall Road, Oakley HP18 9QY).  The doors will open at 1.00pm when the school drummers will get the music started then 14 bands and artists will entertain the audience through to midnight.

This year’s line-up includes a 90-minute set of 80’s classics by local legends Sledgehammer.  Other bands include Steve Winch and the Inception, Eastern Block Busters, Prog Floyd, Restless Oceans, The Vibe and the fabulous Band with No Name closing the show.  As well as the superb talents of the musicians there will be a fully stocked bar featuring a good selection of real ales, local ciders, lots of lager, the deliciously posh ‘OakFeast’ Barbecue as well as a traditional tea tent.  For the children there is a tuck shop, bouncy castle, ice creams and festival merchandise plus a free cinema tent in the evening.  Sponsor, Rugby-Tots and Premier Sports are both hosting free sporting sessions. Living Willow are offering willow weaving workshops inside a beautiful willow dome.

For your chance to WIN a FAMILY TICKET (x2 adults & x2 children) answer the following question:

Q: What is the name of the band closing the show?  

Email your answer with your name and address to info@look-localmagazine.co.uk by 26th May 23’. A winner will be selected at random from all correct entries and notified by 1st June.

This years sponsors include, Windmill Windows who are sponsoring the main stage and roadside signs, and Lovell Fuels, Westfield Fasteners of Long Crendon and Oakley Wood Timber are sponsoring the other main areas.  New supporter, Martin & Co Estate Agents are supporting publicity with sale boards in the local area.

Tickets available to purchase from the school office, via the www.cuatoakfest.co.uk or on the day. 

Ticket Prices: Adults £12.00 | Children, aged 3 -17 £5.00 | Over 65s £7.00.  

Enquiries: Call 01844 238364 | Email: office@oakley.bucks.sch.uk

Full details can be found on the school website on Facebook @Oakfest23.  

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