What's On in Quorn
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Quorn Village Festival Fortnight
Saturday 21st August to Sunday 5th September 2021
Stafford Orchard Park
Festival opens at 12.00noon
£1.00 to enter the yellow duck raffle
This fair is for the village by the village to support the village economy.
Activities continue for a fortnight with walking and cycling trails and treasure hunts plus a daily programme of local events for a Staycation in Quorn.
Main entrance via the 82nd Airborne entrance on Station Road. Children's fairground and party tent; Food Court; stalls promoting village voluntary groups and charities.
Parking at the Great Central Railway with transport to Station Road. Roving bus available all afternoon with local pickup points.
Tel: O1509 416 903
Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew
Saturday 28th August to Monday 30th August 2021
Stafford Orchard, Quorn
2.00pm each day
£8.00 per seat
The New Quorndon Shakespeare Company return for another Summer Shakespeare in the Park!
Over three afternoons (August Bank Holiday weekend) Petruchio will be attempting to tame his Katherine whilst falling in love with her. This lively production promises bucket loads of comedy and action with some lively song and dance thrown in.
The production will be open-air and will comply with any current Covid restrictions. The audience will be sheltered from rain or shine by a marquee.
Tickets will be available from the NQSC website, from Quorn Old School Tearooms or call us.
"Come friends all, sit by my side and let the world slip: we shall ne'er be younger."
Quorn Food and Craft Trail
Sunday 5th September 2021
11.00am to 4.00pm
Outdoor event with Food and Crafts on display in the centre of Quorn centred on Church View Gardens, The Banks, the Church Rooms, and the White Hart Inn.
More details in the weeks to come.
Tel: 07784 793 201
Quorn Local History Group -‘'Quorn Station’ has a strange sound for us’’ - Online Talk
Monday 27th September 2021
Quorn Old School - Community Room
7pm start (doors open 6:45)
£2 member, Guests £4 - including refreshments
‘'Quorn Station’ has a strange sound for us’’
Local Railway Artist and historian Jack Shaw brings us an updated history of the Great Central Railway Quorn and Woodhouse station and its impact on the local area.