This August Bank Holiday sees the HHR team out and about once again to celebrate 40 YEARS OF LEDBURY CARNIVAL!
The Ledbury carnival and procession takes place every year on August Bank Holiday Monday and we will be live to bring you all of the sounds and entertainment. Situated in the Town Centre, High Street, and all around the town there will be two Craft Guilds, a Horticultural Show, A Dog Show and Two live stages.
The Carnival is a community event and its aim is to provide an afternoon of entertainment and pleasure for all.
Our broadcast start as the procession leaves the Rugby Club at 12 noon and will feature Swede Dreamz ABBA Tribute Band, St Andrews Pipe Band, Spirits of Coventry Marching Band, Nice and Sleazy, Melody Dance Company and the Dog Show which this year is being run by the Hereford and Worcester Animal Rescue which each year helps in Herefordshire alone around 350 dogs who find their way into the stray pound.
So join us on Monday 25th August from midday for 40 years of the Ledbury Carnival.
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