Myddelton College International Fayre – Saturday, July 1 

Australian Bush Dancing will help raise money for the restoration of the school chapel at Myddelton College International Fayre on July 1.

There will be food, games and live music from around the world throughout the afternoon at this free event, which celebrates the school’s international community.

Bush dancing is an Australian style of dance, with music ordinarily provided by a bush band, based on traditional folk dances from the UK.

Foods available during the afternoon will include cuisine from India, Spain, Germany and China, as well as Mediterranean, Thai and Mexican.

With all that, there will scarcely be room left for the Pimms and Lemonade, candyfloss, ice cream and delicious homemade cakes.

The whole family can get involved in face painting, rounders, treasure-hunts and crafts throughout the day.

Myddelton International Day will take place at the College in Peakes Lane, Denbigh LL163EN, from 12.30pm-4.30pm. Entry is free.

Proceeds to go to the restoration of the school chapel, St David’s Church.

*The present St. David’s is the second church to be erected on this site in Denbigh. The earlier church was built between 1838 and 1840. The tower, which was not completed until 1858, is still standing, but the rest of the earlier church was demolished in 1894, and a new building was erected in its place.

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