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Music and tipples will carry on festival fun

Market Ale House publicans Danny and Alison Hindle who have volunteered to run the bar at Worden Arts Centre for the Leyland Festival

Market Ale House publicans Danny and Alison Hindle who have volunteered to run the bar at Worden Arts Centre for the Leyland Festival

Landlord and landlady Danny and Alison Hindle have saved the day for thirsty punters – by signing up to provide a bar at the Leyland Festival.

Musical performances are set to take place at Worden Park on the evening of Saturday, June 21, and the husband and wife duo, who run the Railway and the Market Ale House in Leyland, have offered to serve up some beverages on the night.

They will set up at the Arts Centre near the formal gardens, and their contribution has been welcomed by the Festival Committee.

This year the music will be performed at the end of the day from around 4pm until 6.30pm, and there will be a stage around the courtyards, close to some food stalls (more on that next week!)

Festival revellers are invited to take a picnic along to the event too.

Jo Worsfold, from the Festival Committee, said: “We want families and friends to join together to sing, dance and enjoy a bite to eat as they listen to some fabulous music.

“The Worden Arts Centre is a lovely setting to finish on a high after what hopefully will be a fun day for everyone”.

She added: “The committee is also really pleased that Danny and Alison have agreed to run the bar at the Worden Arts Centre for the day.

“Without them we wouldn’t have had a bar this year, and it has always been very popular in the past, and this once again shows that local business are one of the key factors in the festival and by pulling together with local groups and the community, we can have a really successful day.”

 

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