St Paul’s Summer Fete returns for August Bank Holiday and promises to be a spectacular fundraising event for the Church.
In the run-up to its 250th birthday, a new fundraising effort aims to raise £250,000 for its 250th birthday, starting with a summer fete on Monday 30th August.
There will be music, dance, food, craft stalls, classic cars, Church tours and organ recitals as well as the official launch of the fundraising. Join the fun while contributing to an important project to mend the church and make it the community hub the Jewellery Quarter needs and wants.
Music by BlueDot Radio
Local radio Station BlueDot Radio will be providing the musical soundscape for the day including live performances by local entertainers.
Food and Drink
Local street food favourites, Hockley Social Club will be providing the food and drink for the event.
There’ll also be a local market with Jewellery Quarter businesses that are supporting the fete taking up stalls on the Square. These include:
The Church’s organist, Dylan Mccaig will be giving a number of short organ recitals, and there will be guided tours of the church by local historian and JQBID’s Dennis Cluley.
Take part in the raffle and win prizes from a number of local businesses, including: