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Grand Show set to draw crowds

The Canirval Queen and her Maid of Honour at last year's Grand Show. Picture submitted

The Canirval Queen and her Maid of Honour at last year's Grand Show. Picture submitted

Music and games will return to Abbey Fields as charity groups get ready for their biggest weekend of the year.

The Lions Club Grand Show will bring music, stalls, fundraisers and children’s games to Abbey Fields throughout the afternoon on June 14.

Organised by town volunteers for over 35 years, the latest annual round-up will include the return of the Red Barrows, live music, side shows and food and drink.

A host of town charities will pitch stalls throughout the afternoon to bring in funds and raise awareness of their causes.

Kenilworth Lion member Timothy Lee said they hope to draw in bigger crowds than ever at the summer show, which will start with a parade through the town centre by UK Trikers.

The teams will be joined by town mayor Cllr John Cooke and this years carnival queen riding in style to welcome guests to come along and get involved.

“We always try to have something for everyone, and hope this weekend will be no different,” he said.

“We just hope for good weather so more people are out and about and come to make the most of what we have to offer.”

The Grand Sbow raffle will be drawn on the day with prizes including £250 in vouchers for town businesses and a day out at Silverstone are all up for grabs.

The family-friendly event starts at 1pm.

Visit www.kenilworthlionsclub.co.uk for a full events programme or to book a stand for your stall or charity group.

 

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