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The 2018 Palmers Green Festival date has been announced: Sunday 2nd September from 12 noon to 7pm in Broomfield Park.

The theme for this year's Festival will be Health and Wellbeing and all stalls will be encouraged to offer an element of healthy living and community wellbeing.

Anyone interested in running a stall at the Festival should send an expression of interest email to to include an explanation of how they would meet the Health and Wellbeing focus.  The Festival Committee will then select suitable stalls.
 

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David Eden posted a reply #3550 17 Jan 2018 09:51
Excellent festival theme! Fingers crossed for the weather...

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