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Fun for all at the gala day

PUBLISHED: 07:00 23 August 2008 | UPDATED: 21:07 05 July 2010

FUN and games will take hold of Nicholas Everitt Park in Oulton Broad this Bank Holiday Monday> as the Lowestoft Lions Charity Gala Day takes place.

The annual gala day has been organised by the group for the last 14 years and helps to raise funds for its charity account.

FUN and games will take hold of Nicholas Everitt Park in Oulton Broad this Bank Holiday Monday> as the Lowestoft Lions Charity Gala Day takes place.

The annual gala day has been organised by the group for the last 14 years and helps to raise funds for its charity account.

There will be fun for all the family as music, dance, fireworks, displays and much more is on offer to the thousands expected to descend on the park.

Amongst the bands set to perform are party act Aftershock, who play a range of music including pop, soul, rock and '70s disco. Guitar George will sing and play a number of songs from the likes of Chuck Berry, Elvis, The Beatles and Eric Clapton, while the Waveney Valley Brass Ensemble will be performing classic brass band scores as well as a number of popular modern numbers.

Energetic displays are guaranteed when Blaze Dance School, the Great Yarmouth-based Freestyle Dance Company and the Waveney Gym Club all show off their various skills. The Lowestoft Alsatian and Dog Training Society Display Team will return to delight the crowds again, while more great family entertainment is guaranteed with The Hawk Experience, the highly dangerous Vander Brothers and Professor John Pulson and the Punch and Judy Show.

More entertainment to look out for include the Chester Mazing show, Doc Spinoff, a funfair, a Hospital Radio Yare Roadshow, a maiden in distress competition, power boat racing, Rebelpro wrestling and to round the day off their will be a £3,000 musical firework display at 9pm.

Entrance will be £6 for adults, £1 for children aged between five and 15, with under 5s free.


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