Celebrate St George’s Day!

April 18, 2013 at 11:52 am Leave a comment

My super friend Giles has a FAB event next week – please do pop along and tell others too!

Details of the St George’s Day Celebrations in the historic and beautiful market town of Saffron Walden, Essex this year on Tuesday April 23rd.

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Now that the sun is shining and the trees are blossoming we can really appreciate the myth and magic behind St George.  What a time of year to appreciate our beautiful land and celebrate St George’s Day!

Saffron Walden is a place where there is a true revival of the spirit of St George taking place.

This years event is a real community affair with a full day and evening of music and merriment with the Dragon and entourage stopping at historic sites, schools, churches, special needs centres and a finale concert in the evening.

The event is organised by Giles Bryant, founder of World Healing Project and an expert of the folklore and mythology of our very own Patron Saint, whose folk song “George and the Dragon” will ring out throughout the day.

The event will be a colourful community celebration and Giles and team encourage everyone to come along and enjoy what will be a tremendous day.

11am          Common Labyrinth

11.30am     Castle Mound

12 noon       St Mary’s Church for songs and prayers for St George with Revd. David Tomlinson

12.30pm     Holy Well

1.00pm       Folk Music and English Wines at Joseph Barnes

1.45pm       Music in the market square

2.00pm       24-bit The Perpetual Choirs album launch at Chew and Osbourne

3.00pm       Essex Cares, Centre for Learning Disabilities

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The evening charity concert will now take place at Friends Meeting House, High Street, Saffron Walden at 7.30pm and will feature music from The Perpetual Choirs.

Tickets are £5 for adults and £1 for children.

More details from 01799 521966, info@worldhealingproject.com, www.worldhealingproject.com

St Georges Day April 2013


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