Saturday 2 March 2024
3.3 C
Nottingham

8,000 residents attended West Bridgford Proms in the Park

An estimated 8,000 Rushcliffe residents attended yesterday’s fabulous Proms in the Park in West Bridgford.

You can watch Rushcliffe Borough Council’s event round-up film as the authority estimated over 8,000 people visited the free event to watch a plethora of local, national and international acts perform in Bridgford Park and celebrate Armed Forces Day.

Rob Lea and UK Queen Tribute Band Majesty stunned the crowds scaled

It was headlined by a stunning performance from ITV1’s Starstruck hero Rob Lea and UK Queen Tribute Band Majesty as the Council welcomed 209 Squadron from West Bridgford, the Royal British Legion and DMRC Benevolent Fund as among those representing our local forces.

The Rock Choir scaled
The Rock Choir

Local groups wowed the crowds too, thank you if you supported them! They included Nottingham Concert Band, The Tuneless Choir, Music for Everyone Nottingham Youth Band, The West Bridgford Liberty Singers, The Rock Choir and acapella 1940s group Abi and the Tasty Mooresels.

- Advertisement -

Thanks to Rushcliffe Borough Council for pictures.

The Liberty Singers wowed the crowds as ever scaled
The Liberty Singers wowed the crowds as ever
Event goers got into the Great British spirit throughout the event scaled
Event goers got into the Great British spirit throughout the event
Sports heroes including Nottingham Rugby offered their support
Sports heroes including Nottingham Rugby offered their support
Nottingham Forest in the Community brought the coveted European Cup with them
Nottingham Forest in the Community brought the coveted European Cup with them!
Rob Lea and UK Queen Tribute Band Majesty with Mayor Cllr Tina Combellack and consort Cllr Neil Clarke scaled
Rob Lea and UK Queen Tribute Band Majesty with Mayor Cllr Tina Combellack and consort Cllr Neil Clarke
Abi and the Tasty Mooresels performed at Proms for the first time scaled
Abi and the Tasty Mooresels performed at Proms for the first time

Rob Lea and UK Queen Tribute Band Majesty stunned the crowds scaled

Consort Cllr Neil Clarke and Mayor Cllr Tina Combellack chatted withe local armed forces representatives scaled
Cllr Neil Clarke and Mayor Cllr Tina Combellack chatted withe local armed forces representatives
A pleasant summers evening in the park for the event
A pleasant summer’s evening in the park for the event

unnamed 8

The DNRC Benovelent Fund supported the event as part of their wider role with the armed forces
The DNRC Benovelent Fund supported the event as part of their wider role with the armed forces
The Royal British Legion were in attendance
The Royal British Legion were in attendance
Proms 2022 local armed forces
Proms 2022 local armed forces

 

Follow The Wire on TikTok, Facebook, X, Instagram. Send your story to newsdesk@westbridgfordwire.com or via WhatsApp on 0115 772 0418

Categories:
 

Latest