LYMM’S May Queen and Rose Bud eventually had their crowning glory thanks to Lymm Festival.
May Queen Lauren Cooke aged 12, from Lymm High School and Rose Bud, six-year-old Aimee Pickles who is a pupil at Statham primary school, were both crowned in glorious sunshine at Lymm festival’s garden party at Lymm Hall.
It helped make up for the disappointment after the May Queen parade had to be cancelled due to bad weather.
Meanwhile the Festival was once again a fantastic success which brought fun and entertainment to thousands of people and has drawn to a close far too quickly.
Packed with music, comedy, art, children’s and outdoor events, there really was something for everyone in this year’s eleven-day Festival – and the weather was kind in all the right places, too.
Lymm Festival Chairman, Ian Marks, said, “We are very pleased with the way this year’s Festival has gone and delighted with the feedback we have received from people. We have tried to put on a varied programme with something that appeals to everyone.
“Next year is the 20th Lymm Festival and we would love to hear from anyone with suggestions about something special we could put on to mark the occasion. Please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas.
“We would also like to hear from anyone who enjoyed this year and is interested in joining the team and becoming more involved with the running of next year’s Festival. We are especially keen to hear from people with marketing skills.”
Keep an eye on the Festival website at www.lymmfestival.org.uk for news of the Winter Warmers programme in the coming months