This weekend sees two days of family fun with Frankley Carnival and Weoley Festival.
The 2012 Frankley Carnival is being held this Saturday, after being cancelled earlier in the year due to heavy rain. Held on Frankley community High School playing fields you can expect family fun, food, stalls and entertainment. There will even be a celebration of the country’s great Olympic year with the staging of the Franklic Games! Northfield MP Richard Burden will officially open the event at 12.30pm
The Weoley Festival will be held on Weoley Castle Square this Sunday afternoon. There’s a promise of family entertainment including singers, line dancers, belly dancers, fire eaters, circus acts, majorettes, arts workshops, face painting, sports, dance & history activities along with police and fire displays, rides, bouncy castle, catering and refreshments. The event will be opened by local resident Dame Julie Moore, Chief Executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
Frankley Carnival Saturday 15th September 12-4 pm, Frankley Community High School playing fields
Weoley Festival – Sunday 16th 1-4 pm, Weoley Castle Square