Bamford Carnival Royalty 2014
Carnival Queen Emily Ibbeson is 12 years old and is a pupil
at Hope Valley College. Emily enjoys running, netball and
rounders. She plays both the flute and keyboard.
Carnival Princess Emma West is 10 years old and attends
Bamford Primary School. Emma enjoys horse riding, netball
and dancing including ballet, tap, freestyle and modern
dance. She plays the flute and the piano.
Carnival Rosebud Cara Thomson is 5 years old and attends
Hathersage Primary School. Cara enjoys camping, dressing up
and watching her dvd's. Cara would like to learn to play
the guitar when she is older.
From left to right: Emily, Cara, Emma.
The Anglers Rest
Monday 5th May
The Anglers Rest
Friday 9th May
MOUNTAIN BIKE WEEKEND
14th - Sunday 15th June
Bike Orienteering – 2hr score event
14th June - Starts 11am – 12pm from
Thornhill Recreation Ground
Bike Fest and
June - 1pm – 4pm on the Bamford with Thornhill Recreation
A range of activities, entertainment and exhibition as well as
food and drink.
Cycle to the Cinema
June -7.30 Bike themed film in Bamford Village Institute
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Weekend is organised by
Thornhill Recreation Ground Trust. Registered Charity No: 518881
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COMMUNITY ARTS & CRAFTS
Bamford Community Arts and Crafts (Registered Charity No
Bamford Community Arts and Crafts (BCAC) is a community
association and registered charity, established in 2001. We aim
to promote arts, crafts and music facilities for the benefit of
people in the Bamford area. This is achieved by providing
opportunities to participate, listen or watch a variety of
We have regular events including the popular annual Gig in the
Pub which is a showcase for young, local musicians. We also host
events that are subsidised by 'Live and Local', an organisation
that promotes professional acts to perform in local communities.
Such acts have included The Old Dance School, Ashley Hutchings
and Pinocchio Puppet Theatre. BCAC has also supported a small
singing group, the Bamford Village Singers as well as a number
of small arts and crafts initiatives.
We are always interested in promoting all forms of arts and
crafts. If you would like to be a part of our small team, please
let us know. We meet 5-6 times a year and try to spread tasks
around evenly so no one member is asked to commit to more than
is comfortable for them. Members of the BCAC are all local
The BCAC Trustees are: Cath Allwood, David Allwood (Treasurer),
Jan Beatty, Diane Kinnear (Secretary), Liz Marshall (Chair) &
For information about events please check our Facebook page:
Bamford Community Arts and Crafts