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Festival of Imagination continues this weekend

Festival of Imagination continues this weekend

The best and brightest of Ironbridge Gorge retailer, tradesfolk, businesses, organisations and clubs are breaking out on to the Wharfage and into the Square when they take over the road between 11am and 4pm on Saturday 21st September.

As part of the “Festival of Imagination” local folk, spearheaded by the Ironbridge Gorge Business Consortium have clubbed together to show off provide a family day of fun, activity, food and music for visitors to the beautiful Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage site.

The event will include, for starters, Brewing, busking, puppetry, Paella, Supercars, hand-rolled sausage rolls, competitions and street entertaining.

What’s more – its free!

You will also be able to experience a wide range of crafts from the Ironbridge area, by joining Hanny Newton and the Heritage Crafts Association for an embroidery workshop using gold threads.

Expert crafts from Coalport China Museum will also be at the Festival Hub (at Dale End Parks) to demonstrate bone china flower making and you can have a go at making your own flower from air drying clay.

Jackfield Brass Band and Broseley Beats Samba Band will be performing and entertaining the crowds throughout the day.

The festival bar will be open between 12pm and 10pm.

To plan your visit – why not use the Ironbridge Park and Ride, a fast convenient service which is free to park and £1 per adult to ride.
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