Post-lockdown celebration in Stambourne

Wednesday, 21st July 2021 — 4pm until late //

A great opportunity to mark this epic time in Stambourne! *

Organised by the Stambourne Ladies Group, all are welcome to attend. Bring your family and friends, a picnic, chair/rug, umbrella, gazebo.

When

Wednesday, 21th July 2021 — 4pm until late

Where

Stambourne Playing Field, Stambourne CO9 4NP

* all subject to being able to adhere to relevant restrictions on 19th July.

Our photo gallery

Unfortunately we forgot to take any photos, as we were too busy catching up, nattering and having fun!

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