Sunday, July 01, 2012

BRENTWOOD'S GONE GLOBAL AT CENTRE FIELD

SPARKS REALLY DID FLY today at the Brentwood International Centre during the town's signature event to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. From noon onwards, this globally-themed non-stop programme of entertainment was great with marquees full of activities, music, dance, food and wine from around the world. The Royal British Legion Youth Band were as impressive as ever and Brentwood's Mayor Ann Coe presented the Sparks Will Fly champion, Boreas Zephyr's amazing procession. Brentwood Borough Council's event programme was concise and impressive - a fun-filled day.
Start of the procession

In the Brentwood Arts Council tent picturing Chairman of Brentwood Writers' Circle, Colin Taylor, Committee members  Julie Gowers, Ivy Lord and yours truly - all rather windblown

Brentwood Art Society's fabulous trio with their display board of upcoming displays and events

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