CHRISTLETON FETE 2010
The theme for the Christleton Fete this summer will be ITALY, and all things Italian, or even Roman. The Fete will be at the usual place and the usual Date – the last Saturday in June - 26 June. The Parade starts at the village centre at 1.00pm and from there wends its way to the Christleton Primary School.
The theme this year has been chosen to highlight Christleton’s friendship agreement (‘twinning’) with Marzocca in Italy. For the last few years there has been a growing two way traffic between Christleton and Marzocca, and this year a group of musicians and food lovers will be coming to join us at the Fete. If you have a taste for Italian wines, hams, cheeses, olives and generally things Italian, then this is the Fete for you.
As part of the theme, we have arranged for the award-winning Chester Roman Army to put in an appearance, hopefully with a cohort of soldiers marching into Christleton and putting on a display for us. Sally Garozzo, the renowned Sicilian singer and daughter of Guiseppe Garrozo a regular and very successful competitor in the Motogiro d'Italia competition will sing and the Marzoccan musicians will entertain. Just to add to the action, we have a Samba Band to head the parade, and don’t miss out on our own Irish Dancers, who will round off proceedings. There should be something in there for everyone, not to mention the many stalls and games, beer tent, bouncy castle, donkeys, and much, much more.
Of course, with an Italian theme, you must come to the party in fancy dress! Perhaps the Mafiosi? Maybe a Gondolier? A masked Venetian lady? Harlequin clown? Or of course as a Roman. If it’s a hot sunny day some may prefer to be Michaelangelo’s David, or even Venus de Milo (with arms). But whatever your taste, do dress up as something, and bring a dash of colour or spectacle to the Show! All the fancy dress costumes will be judged, both children and adults, and prizes given for the most beautiful, outrageous, and so on.
So let’s see you on the day, at our Christleton Festa Italiana!