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Getting back to normal

A group of people standing in front of a bandstand.

Music in the Meadow was back to pre-COVID numbers on Sunday as people flocked to Farnham Town Council’s free outdoor music event.

The band Azure proved to be a big hit and created a great atmosphere. People were clapping and dancing all afternoon. 

Councillor Pat Evans, Lead Member for Tourism and Events attended the concert and said: “It was a joy to see so many people returning to Music in the Meadow and shows that confidence is returning and that more people feel safe to come along to events that are held outdoors. 

“There are just three more concerts left this season so please do come along to hear some fantastic music and have a relaxing afternoon.”

Emma Rowe from Kidd Rapinet is the Principal Sponsor for this year’s summer programme of events. She says: “We have been sponsoring Farnham Town Council events for many years but this year, we are particularly pleased to champion some much-needed community fun. It’s been a long year, but I feel people are ready to support local events and I’m happy we have been able to help make that happen.”

Music in the Meadow takes place at Gostrey Meadow. The remaining concerts will feature Kindred Spirit (Folk rock) on 22 August, Twenty Five Miles (Soul) on 29 August and Alder Valley Brass Band at the final concert on 5 September, along with the Allotment Show.

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