Dudley’s communities will be celebrating together at this month’s Dudley CommUNITY Day on Saturday 19th September!
Starting at 10am, Dudley CommUNITY Day will celebrate all that is great about Dudley town and wider borough, combining family fun with rousing speeches celebrating the town’s togetherness.
Stone Street square will be hosting live music with performances by Efflunko, Dead Happy, Bloco Louco, Target by Numbers and Archive.
There will also be performances by NN Dance & Cheer and a church choir and not one, but two drumming performances by CfED Drummers and Azaad Dhol Group!
There’ll be an opening speech from the Mayor at around 12 noon on Stone Street and additional speeches from the leader of the council, Cllr Pete Lowe, faith leaders, business leaders and the Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson.
Stone Street’s entertainment will be complemented by craft stalls and information stands from groups including Asian Women’s Network, Time for Twos, Fostering, Dudley Libraries and Archives, WM Police, Winter Warmth and Victim Support. There’ll be fun fair rides, face painting, stilt walkers, jugglers and mascots from the mayor’s charity More Mascots Please.
Over in the market place there’ll be dosa making demonstrations by chefs from popular eatery, The Venue, as well as dance and drumming performances.
So come on down and celebrate all the great things Dudley has to offer!
The event on Saturday 19 September will run from 10am – 4pm in Dudley Town Centre and the programme will include music, dance, entertainment and stalls.