Dragons expected to cause a stir in Sidford for St George’s Day

PUBLISHED: 15:22 26 February 2017

The River Sid passes through the Byes. Ref shs 23-16SH 0028. Picture: Simon Horn.

The River Sid passes through the Byes. Ref shs 23-16SH 0028. Picture: Simon Horn.

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If you come down to the Byes in April, you could be in for a big surprise

Dragons are expected to cause quite a stir this St George’s Day for those daring enough to turn out for a fun walk in the Byes.

The Sid Valley Rotary Club has revealed plans for a patriotic fancy-dress theme for its annual celebration and is encouraging children to turn out as fire-breathing mythical creatures, while adults are invited to don red and white.

The fun walk will take place on Saturday, April 23, when families are invited to take part in a quiz, dragon hunt and cream tea in Sidford Social Hall.

There will be a best dragon fancy dress competition and all proceeds will go to Children’s Hospice South West. Further details will be released nearer to the time.


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