The Great Get Together 2018

Second Prestonville Community Party

Following the huge success of last year’s Prestonville Community Party/Great Get Together event, this year’s repeat aims to be even bigger and better! Full details will be posted here later but here’s what’s in store:-

Exeter Street Hall, St Lukes and the Prestonville Community Association are organising the second Prestonville Community Party, so put Sunday June 24th in your diary, polish off your sunglasses , organise your picnic and come join in the fun outside the Chimney House pub and and surrounding streets.
10.30am – 11.30pm
St Lukes Community Church Service (outside the Chimney House)
1.00pm – 3.30pm
World Cup football with licensed bar (Exeter Street Hall)
1.00pm – 8.00pm
Tables set up in the streets for your use to eat , drink , sit whilst reading a book, enjoying the day
1.00pm – 9.30pm
Music, Bands, DJs, Choirs, dancing (outside the Chimney House)
4.00pm – 4.30pm
Prestonville Community Association AGM. If you want to get involved come along

Everyone is welcome to join in the day. If you know someone, a band, entertainers or groups who might like to play then get in touch with Carolyn (carolyn.c.bew@gmail.com). The wonderful seven piece punk folk band POG, the seriously good local based soul & inspirational choir Bright Soul, fantastic DJs and more are already signed up. Others are in the pipeline.

There will be a warm welcome for all neighbours, friends and family. If you have any queries or suggestions for the day you can email Sally (sallycolettehunt@gmail.com).
Any requests to book Exeter St Hall contact www.exeterstreethall.org.uk, but in the meantime if there are any musicians, groups, street performers or anyone who wants to take part then please contact either  Carolyn (Carolyn.c.bew@gmail.com) or Sally (sallycolettehunt@gmail.com)

St Lukes Prestonville
Prestonville Community Association

And just to remind you what a wonderful time was had last year, below are some images from that event:-

 



Fire Brigade photos courtesy of Martin Poole (martin@stlukesonline.co.uk). All other photos courtesy
of Andy Hasson (andrewhasson@btinternet.com)

For more photos click here