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Peasedown Party in the Park 2019

Saturday 8th June 2019
12noon – 7pm

Seven hours of live entertainment on our main stage, hot food and drink, a huge range of stalls and attractions, the return of our Peasedown Diamond cider, the Sara Holley Community Award, and our very own Peasedown Dog Show, are just a few of the things on offer on the 8th June.

Click on the sections below for more information about this year’s festival. More details to be announced shortly.

Stalls and Attractions

Stalls and Attractions

Live Music and Entertainment

Live Music and Entertainment

Volunteering

Volunteering

Thank you to our Party in the Park 2019 sponsors for their support.

St J's Group Bath Audi Curo TrueSpeed Peasedown St John Parish Council

Party in the Park 2019 in partnership with:

Reaper Event Management Somer Valley Foodback

Welcome to Peasedown Party in the Park

Launched in 2009, Party in the Park is now one of the region’s biggest community events with almost 3,000 people attending. Feel free to check out details of what we do each year, and the wide range of initiatives we run in the run up to, and after, each festival. If you’d like to get involved with Party in the Park, or any of our other projects, please contact a member of the festival team.

The Committee

Each year, Party in the Park is organised by a dedicated team of local residents.

Andy Day

Andy Day

Push Kart Race Coordinator

Andrea Feeney

Andrea Feeney

Entertainment Manager

Max Feeney

Max Feeney

Volunteer Manager

Joy Fraser

Joy Fraser

Treasurer

Craig Gill

Craig Gill

Webmaster/Literature Designer

Nathan Hartley

Nathan Hartley

Chairman

Karen Walker

Karen Walker

Bookings Manager/Premises Supervisor

Helen Thorn

Helen Thorn

Secretary

Latest News

Grant Giveaway

£15,000 and counting…

Peasedown St John’s Party in the Park is held every summer on Beacon Field, and due to it’s success every year thousands of pounds is raised annually. The majority of the money goes towards funding the following year’s event, but the organisers always set aside a small sum of money – the Party in the Park Grant Fund, to reinvest back into the village in the form of small financial grants.