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Tuesday 18 May 2010

Free Music For All to Enjoy at Queen’s Park

Music lovers will find plenty to keep them entertained at Queen’s Park over the next two weekends as the summer events programme gets into full swing.

Clive Shore and his Generation Gap Band will bring their toe-tapping jazz sounds to the Crewe park this Sunday (May 23).

The following week (May 30) sees the return of the popular Nantwich and District band which features local musicians from throughout the area.

Both performances take place from 2pm-4pm - and are free.

Councillor Andrew Knowles, Cabinet member with responsibility for health and wellbeing, said: “The assortment of bands which feature in this year’s summer events programme is so diverse that there really is something to suit everyone’s tastes.

“Last weekend’s performance by the French Quarter Band went down a storm and I am sure the traditional sounds of these two popular bands will prove a similar hit with crowds.

“As well as a superb range of live music, other highlights in the events programme include talent shows, dancing and children’s entertainers.

“And visitors to the park are in for a treat when they see the major changes which have taken place as part of the ongoing £6.5m refurbishment project.”

The events programme features a range of free activities and entertainment which take place each Sunday until the end of August.

A full listing can be found at in the Queens Park page or can be obtained from Queens Park Manager Elaine Dodd on 01270 537896.

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