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Author Topic: Gloucester Retro Festival 24th August 2019  (Read 67 times)
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« on: 17 January, 2019, 07:13:39 PM »

We've received this invite:

"Seasons Greetings for 2019 from Gloucester City.

Many thanks for your continued interest and support for our Gloucester Goes Retro Festival.  It is really appreciated and thank you to all who have sent in the very kind comments.

I have great pleasure in enclosing your application form for this year’s event on 24th August 2019.

Due to the increasing demand, we are having to make our arrangements much earlier this year and wish to give all of our loyal and previous attending owners the first opportunity to join us once again at this year’s Festival, and would therefore appreciate replies as soon as you are able please.

We do hope you can make the date and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kind regards
Colin

Cllr Colin Organ FPCS ANAEA
Cabinet Member
Gloucester City Council"

I went to this in 2018 and enjoyed it very much - free parking in a City Centre , next to the shops , docks , cathedral - and cars and people thoroughly in the spirit of the occasion. I would recommend it - but as an individual thing not as a group ( Eras are in different streets anyway ).

Booking Form is attached

* Retro Festival Reg Form 2019 co.pdf.pdf (267.45 KB - downloaded 16 times.)
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Regards,
Steve Pilgrim
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