An evening led by Frog on a Bike with a mix of ceilidh dances and some floor spots, so bring your dancing shoes or best singing voice (or both) to get involved in the party, your master of ceremonies for the evening will be Ollie Simons.
If you wish to put yourself forward for a floor spot after purchasing your ticket please email here to request a place, be aware spaces are limited. Tickets available here.
Doors open at 19:30 for the start time of 20:00 running until around 23:00.
The venue will be the Whittlesey Indoor Bowls Complex, 194-198 Station Road, Peterborough, PE7 2HA www.whittleseyibc.co.uk
10:30am Saturday 13th January
The Straw Bears followed by the plough, local schools and dance teams will take to the streets of Whittlesey once more!
The procession leaves the Manor Pavillion at 10:30 and makes its way up to Market Street, via Station Road where dance teams will continue to brighten up the streets as the Bear meanders about the town throughout the day.
10:45am - 3:00pm Saturday 13th January
Following the procession the dance teams spread out around the town at various venues to entertain you with their different traditional morris styles. The full dance program will be available closer to the day, watch this space for more details.
STORY TELLING SESSIONS
12noon, 1pm and 2pm Saturday 13th January
Take a break and visit our storyteller Marion Leeper in Queen Street Methodist Church. These events are free and are operating on a first come first served basis.
3.30pm Saturday 13th January
The Bears and dance teams finish off the Saturday proceedings with a final dance on the Market Place.
11am Sunday 14th January
This year back open to the public and being held at the Decoy Lakes, 351 Drybread Road, Whittlesey, PE7 2AD. Please be aware the roads leading up to the lakes are narrow. https://www.decoylakes.co.uk
The site will be open to the public from 11am with some entertainment running up to the burning at 12.