Family fun aplenty set for Sandy Party in the Park

PUBLISHED: 12:36 24 July 2018

The annual Sandy Party in the Park is returning this weekend.

The annual Sandy Party in the Park is returning this weekend.

Archant

The people of Sandy are set for some fun in the sun this weekend as the community church hosts its annual Party in the Park.

The event, being held at Jenkins Pavilion in Medusa Way, runs from 3pm tp 6pm this Saturday and offers fun for all the family.

There is no fee to enter, with plenty of activities on offer including include a free barbecue, face painting, stalls, games, jazzercise and drumming sessions.

There will also be the added attraction of live music this year.

Echo – a seven-piece band with vast live performing experience – will sing their songs of worship with a mix of Motown and soul music live on stage for all to watch.

The group released their second album Soul Proprietor last year, having sold out their first album, Bought not Soulded.

To find out more, look up Sandy Party in the Park on Facebook or contact info@sandycommunity.church.

More news stories

Yesterday, 13:26

A 30-year-old man from Stevenage has been jailed for six years today after two “horrific attacks” on men outside pubs, which left them both with life-changing injuries.

Yesterday, 22:52

Did you see a fight outside a Stevenage bar early this morning?

Yesterday, 09:22

EXCLUSIVE: Premier League star and humble hometown Hitchin lad Jack Wilshere is backing Mark Burke’s Canaries to soar in their bid to reach the FA Cup first round – as news emerges that the BBC and BT Sport are planning to broadcast Monday’s draw from Top Field if the Canaries win on Saturday.

Yesterday, 17:14

Eight employees who lost their jobs following the takeover of a Stevenage coach firm have been awarded a total of more than £40,000.

Most read stories

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the The Comet e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

The Comet weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy