Event: Innocent Village Fete in London’s Regent’s Park

If you’ll be in London this summer, you’d be wise to stick around for the first few days of August when Innocent Drinks will be hosting their second annual Village Fete. The two-day not-for-profit festival includes music, dancing, food, lots of Innocent smoothies, and a hodgepodge of other traditional fete entertainment including ferret racing, duck […]

If you’ll be in London this summer, you’d be wise to stick around for the first few days of August when Innocent Drinks will be hosting their second annual Village Fete. The two-day not-for-profit festival includes music, dancing, food, lots of Innocent smoothies, and a hodgepodge of other traditional fete entertainment including ferret racing, duck herding and cake eating. Some musicians already lined up: The James Taylor Quartet, Earl Okin, Imelda May, The Fairey Band, and Peter & The Wolf. Activities for kids and adults will be plentiful, including petting zoos, farmer’s markets, craft tents and massages.
All proceeds from the fete will go towards Innocent’s partner charities – Samaritans, Friends of the Earth, Wellchild and the innocent foundation.

Date: August 2-3rd, 2008
Time: 11am – 7pm
Place: Regent’s Park, London
Tickets: £7.50 for adults; £3.50 for kids


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For more info: www.innocentvillagefete.com

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