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‘This Saturday - The Bletchley Big Street Eat - 30th July 2022 from 12pm-8pm in Queensway

Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Town Council is thrilled to bring the first Bletchley Big Street Eat to Queensway this Saturday from 12pm-8pm.

Free to attend, this fantastic event will celebrate the diversity and culture of local communities, as well as the High Street with an array of local food vendors, businesses, artists, musicians, charities and community groups all attending.

There will be brilliant entertainment all day with a main stage area, an introducing stage area, a pop up art gallery, street performers, community stalls and over 25 different types of delicious cuisine available on Queensway.

Working with local music promoters, the Bletchley Big Street Eat will also host a really exciting and diverse line up performing throughout the day that includes Desi Dancers alongside a magical mechanical Elephant, a chance to experience and try out acrobatics, a Mini Holi Festival of Colour as well as the presentation of the Town Council’s Pride of Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Community Awards. This is the running order for the Main Stage to give you an exciting insight of what is to come:

12.00 - Introduction and Welcome

12.10 - Tanaka Siziba

12.30 - BK & Kazz

13.00 - Desi Nachi performance + workshop

13.30 - BK & Kazz

14.00 - Desi Nach performance

14.30 - Romanian Band and Dancers

15.00 - 10 minute pause for Elephant performance + Desi Nach

15.10 - Herlihy-Burgoine School of Irish Dancing

15.30 - Cross Roots Band

16.00 - Community Awards Presentation

16.20 - Nigerian Fuji Band

17.30 - Beato Burrito

18.15 - Francis first set

19.00 - Break (with music playing)

19.15 - Francis second set + Mini-Festival of Colour

The Town Council looks forward to seeing you at The Bletchley Big Street Eat on 30th July! To find out more about the Bletchley Big Street Eat, please go to the Bletchley Big Street Eat Facebook Event Page.

For further information about upcoming Town Council events and how you can get involved, please contact the Town Council by calling 01908 649 469 or by emailing’

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