Thank you to Lynn Shaw for the below information:
Despite a few challenges this year, Lymm May Queen is expected to have a great turn out from the community and those taking part this Saturday. The procession consisting of various floats, bands, Smooth Fm, and Alliance entertainment dancers will start at 1.30pm from Brookfield Road. Going down into the village then up Rectory Lane along Church Road till it once again goes down Brookfield and Eagle Brow then onto the May Queen Field on Pepper Street. The afternoons arena entertainment will begin with the Tradition Crowning of the May Queen and Rose Queen as they and their retinue's ascend the thrones.
There will be variety of entertainment then for the rest of the afternoon including martial arts, Lymm Morris Dancers various acts from Thelwall Little Stars Stage School covering a song from Alice In Wonderland, Street Dancing and a couple of songs from well known musicals and much more. Their is also a Children's Entertainer, definitely not to be missed!
You can expect the village centre is packed to the brim with people enjoying the entertainment and fairground rides and stalls. Amongst the madness, David Mowat from the Conservative Party will be attending this year’s festival.
There are various community stalls and fair ground attractions.
Admission to the field will be free for small children and everyone else £1.50.
A wide selection of fairground rides and stalls will also be presented on the May Queen field for everyone to celebrate and enjoy for the rest of the afternoon. Don’t forget your camera so you can snap that perfect “Summer Nights” scene for the Lymm.com Photographic Competition too. With £100 cash prize for the winning photograph, what have you got to lose!
Thanks to all the organisations that have helped make the event a success by entering a float and pitching stalls. To all the drivers who have lent vehicles and given their time to ensure the day goes smoothly. The Scouts for manning the gates.
Thank you to Lymm Parish Council and all the people whose support and many hours of help has ensured the May Queen will take place this year.