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BOG STOMPERS CHALLENGE

Teams of 4 adults/teenagers/mixed are required for a revival of the "Ancient and Noble" art of stomping the bog (as below)

At 15.45 on Rose Day teams of four will race over a fun course in the Rose Day Arena in an attempt to lift this years sporting trophy and a full years bragging rights.

Those interest in Joining the Rose Day Games should form a team of four and supply the name of your team captain with contact email address to :-

paulkemsley72@btinternet.com

Mums & dads, older children, pubs, clubs and groups of friends, come on, please join in and make this a fun finale to this years Rose Day by getting a team together.

Bog stomper equipment will be supplied prior to the big day for practice.

BOG STOMPERS

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Samantha Drucker to be Rose Queens 2018

Congratulations to Samantha Drucker who has been chosen as this year's Goostrey Rose Queen. An independent panel of judges selected Samantha, who will be accompanied by attendants:Polly Clayton, Francesca Fairhurst, Grace Hey, Ellisse Nasry and Cheyenne Wakefield.

Samantha, who has lived in Goostrey for three year and attends Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School, will be crowned during the Rose Festival celebration on Saturday 30 June

Rose Queen Elect 2018

Samantha Drucker

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Kate Pearson to be Rosebud Queen 2018

Congratulations to Kate who was selected Rosebud Queen with Isla Machin as her Lady in Waiting with Gabriella Ashbrook, Scarlet-Rose Challinor, Tilly Foster, Brianna Hamilton and Isla Kingsbury as her attendants.

Chris Burgess, Chair of the Rose Festival, said: "Goostrey Rose Day remains a very important part of our village life and it is very satisfying to see so many girls wanting to be our queen"



Feeling creative ??

Then why not take part in this year's craft competition. This year's theme is a present for a royal baby which can be made with whatever materials you wish, knitted, crocheted or whatever your craft may be. Entries should be no bigger than 90 x 70cm and must be submitted to Martine Nicholson, 26 Main Road, Goostrey by Friday 22nd June.



Children's Registration for Roseday

If you would like to register your child for this years' Roseday procession, Please could read the following letter and complete the accompanying form, which should be posted into one of the Roseday boxes (located in the entrances to the Infant and Junior Schools). We will try as far as possible to accommodate your child's preferences.

 Letter  Form



Please note: Rose Day registration forms have been issued in School. If your child does not attend Goostrey School, registration forms can be obtained above . Forms should be returned to Goostrey School by Wednesday 23 March 2018.





Rose Day Childrens Parties..:


Thank you to all the children who came along and made our Rose Day party a great success. We hope you all enjoyed yourselves. We now look forward to seeing you on Rose Day itself on the 30th June.


'Fancy a Business Opportunity?'

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A great opportunity for your business or charity whilst supporting The Rose Festival is to have your own stall. If your are interested in having a stall either in the field or craft tent in 2017 please contact us on the links below.

Holly Jobbins (Field/Facebook)

Sheila Gregory (Craft)



PRAYERS & WREATH LAYING AT ST LUKE'S

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The very first duty of the Rose Queen, just before she is crowned, is perhaps her most important, as she stops to lay a wreath on the War Memorial at St Luke's, Goostrey, and spend a few quiet moments in prayer and reflection.

This is a very touching part of Rose Day, but, as the main part of the procession has peeled away to the school field, it is one that many people miss.

We therefore extend an invitation to all those who would like to see the Rose Queen lay the wreath, and join in the prayers led by our vicar, which should be at approximately 1.40pm on Rose Day.



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