Fakenham's annual riverside day set to finally go ahead
- Credit: Active Fakenham
Active Fakenham is hoping third time's a charm, with its Riverside Community Day set to finally go ahead this weekend.
The event, taking place along the River Wensum on Sunday (September 19), will see people and businesses from the community compete in duck races and a cardboard raft race.
As well as a number of stalls, there will be live music, bouncy castles, free canoe taster sessions and a hog roast.
The popular occasion has already been cancelled twice this year - in June because of June and last month due to predicted bad weather.
Free parking is being offered at Becks Field on Olivet Way.
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Active Fakenham still needs volunteers and helpers for the day, and for other Active Fakenham events. To find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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