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What's on: Brilliant days out this Bank Holiday in and around Redditch

Correspondent 25th Aug, 2017 Updated: 25th Aug, 2017

The Crown Inn in Alvechurch is under new management with home cooked food all award winning Pies Faggots etc.

Also scheduled are weekly quiz nights, plus afternoon teas will be available. For booking telephone 0121 445 2300

A GRAND opening takes place this August Bank Holiday Weekend, on Saturday, August 26, from 10am to 5pm at Atwell Farm Park featuring a Farm Yard Trail, Petting Barn, The Rooster Coffee Shop, Farm Shop..all based at Atwell Farm Park, Seafield Line, Beoley, Redditch, B98 9DB tel 01527 66191

FORGE Mill Needle Museum is holding a Scarecrow Day and celebration with making, competitions and lots of fun this Sunday, August 27, from 11am to 4.30pm.

It promises to be a great family day out and admission is £2 for adults and just £1 for children which includes entry to the Pirates! Fact & Fiction exhibition.

THE Golden Goose, Matchborough is holding a Charity Fun day on Monday, August 28 in aid of bowel cancer. There will be a barbecue, disco, children’s bouncy castle, tombola and Bank Holiday carvery at weekday prices.

THE Fish at Wixford on Bank holiday Monday is featuring live music with Katie & Lee, a pig roast and fairground attractions. Dogs welcome.

THE Rose & Crown Feckenham is holding their 2017 Beer Festival over the Bank Holiday weekend Friday to Monday August 25-28 with live music and food served all day with 14 beers on hand.

STUDLEY Road Social Club is holding a Funday on Sunday, August 27 from 12noon complete with a bouncy castle, face painting, hook a duck, raffle, tombola, barbecue, 360 messy play from 2pm and family disco at 6pm.

ON Sunday August 27, just in time for some Bank Holiday fun is the fourth annual Feckfest – an all day music festival.

Held in conjunction with a local charity cricket match located at Feckenham Cricket Club near Redditch, and with live bands, bars serving real ale and cider, Pimms and Prosecco, it’s a treat for all the senses.

FOR some more fun and games for a good cause, The Lee Andrews Memorial Day will be held on August 27 at Abbeydale Community Club in memory of dad-of-two Lee, who passed away last month.

In addition to raffles, kids’ activities, bouncy castles, face painting and sumo wrestling, a special football match will start off the day kicking off at 12.30pm.

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