Doncaster’s Woodlands May Festival returns for 9th year

Lavinia Stevenson (l), 9, and Lidia Stevenson, 7, both from Skellow play hook a duck at the Woodlands May Festival. Picture: Andrew Roe
Lavinia Stevenson (l), 9, and Lidia Stevenson, 7, both from Skellow play hook a duck at the Woodlands May Festival. Picture: Andrew Roe

Organisers of the Woodlands May Festival are hoping this will be the festivals biggest and best year to date with an array of activities planned to keep the whole family entertained.

The festival, which takes place on Sunday May 26, kicks off with a parade, and leaves the Woodlands Fire Station at 10am leading onto the All Saints Community Centre where events will carry on throughout the day.

Children will be given out free musical toys to take on the parade and festival treasurer, Andy Burgess says he hopes the parade will be ‘very loud and very fun.’

There will plenty do with a derby day with a difference planned as well as live entertainment and much, much more. 
For more information visit the festivals website at www.woodlandsmayfestival.co.uk