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Gladstonbury Festival appeal for volunteers, sponsors, stall holders and caterers

PUBLISHED: 20:07 19 April 2013 | UPDATED: 20:07 19 April 2013

Gladstonbury is popular ever year

Gladstonbury is popular ever year

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Interested parties have a few days left to register

Stall holders and caterers who want to be involved in one of Brent’s biggest festivals this summer have just a few days left to express an interest.

Brent Celebrates Gladstonbury Festival will feature international food, art, music and dance and is expected to attract a family audience of up to 20,000 people.

Taking place in Gladstone Park in Willesden on Sunday, 30 June, the event promises to be filled with loads of great acts and activities on the day.

However, potential supporters and sponsors are needed.

Stall holders and caterers should return a completed expression of interest form to the council by 30 April if they want to take part.

They have the chance to feature in the shopping zone, offering delicious food from many of Brent’s different communities, and the community zone, providing advice and information to visitors.

Local dancers and musicians will also have the chance to take part in a competition to find Brent’s brightest talents.

Cllr Lesley Jones, Brent’s Lead Member for Customers and Citizens, said: “Gladstonbury will be the main outdoor event staged by the council but remains a community event and we are encouraging and helping make it happen.

“Now’s the chance to get involved!”

Volunteers, sponsors, caterers and stall holders should call 020 8937 1097 or email festivals@brent.gov.uk for more details.


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