The Rose Festival and its famous Parade will be held on Saturday 20th October 2018.
This year the theme is Treasures of Biggenden
The Rosefestival is an open platform for anyone interested to contribute to it not only with the fantastic floats and market stalls the community brings but by running events of your choice for the community. Anything goes, your imagination is the limit. Thank you for your enthusiasm.
The “Treasures of Biggenden and Beyond” Arts exhibition, the Scarecrow Competition and a Wine and Cheese night are held October 19th.
On Saturday 20th of October the Biggenden APEX Rosefestival 2018 will kick off with markets at 2pm. There will be lots of entertainment for the whole family with an ongoing magic and science show, a snake and reptile show, Laser Tag, lots of different foods to try and many market stalls to explore. The Parade will start around 4pm and the festival will continue into the night with various entertainment. Make sure you put the date in your calendar and bring the whole family. See the detailed program for the Festival
Proudly Supporting the Biggenden APEX Rosefestival 2018
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