First Week of September’13 in London | Events Took Place from 1 to 8 September’13
Chatsworth Country Fair
On 1st September, Chatsworth Country Fair is hosting one of the largest Horse Driving meets at Derbyshire, here you would also witness second biggest hot air balloon lifts in London, after Bristol.
Faversham International Hop Festival
London is hosting its Faversham International Hop Festival on 1st weekend of September, it’s set out to be the best memorial days of if families would come for hop-picking and spends evening with stories and listening to music.
The Burghley Horse Trials
Stamford is hosting three days of horse events and shows, starting from 5th September at Lincolnshire.
RAF Leuchars Air Show
The Airshow being going to held at RAF Leuchars, is one of the patriotic event, this time themed at RAF Leuchars Station Motto, “Attack and Protect” this reflects top priorities of the base and country’s rich heritage. At St. Andrew on 7th of September.
Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival
The Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival is open event for everyone being held on 7th September at Fen Ditton, its 200m race battle of 40 crews, which will be watched by hundreds of spectators.
The Braemar Gathering
At Braemar, Aberdeenshire The Braemar Gathering is taken place commonly known as the Highland Games; many of the international athletes will be taking part in this Heavy and Track event.
Shackerstone Family Festival
The Shackerstone family festival being taken place like over the village from the past 15 years on this upcoming weekend. It is highly popular among Londoners as It brings along many of the family attractions together at the center of village.
Duxford Air Show
London is hosting its amazing aerial spectacle; it’s one of the historic and modern airplanes displays over skies at the Duxford Cambridgeshire famous airfield.
Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing
Like Every year, the Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing festival is back this, It is an old historic festival cultures which takes back us to several centuries back where rushes were a floor covering on churches. Over the many years this tradition has gradually got changed and turned into a celeberation involving moirris dancing, revelry and music. The festival begins on 7th September and last for 2 days.
The World Black Pudding Throwing Championship
On 8th of September, the world black pudding throwing championship is being held at Rambottom, it’s one of the exciting events being held in London in this event every competitor stands at Golden Grid, and throws three regulations Bury black pudding at a stack which is balanced on 20ft above platform. It is sure treat to watch for every youngsters and adults.