I am always looking out for new experiences, wherever I may find myself.
The annual Kings Langley Village Fair will be held on Sunday October 13, at Morgan Power Reserve, from 9.00am to 3.30pm. It's an event for the whole family and a really worthwhile one at that; all profits will go to local community projects, such as schools, sports clubs, hospitals and more.
At the fair, you'll find a whole lot of fun activities and entertainment. There will be more than 100 stalls, as well as rides, workshops, art and craft activities, a photo booth, a School-Got-Talent Competition and Harley Davidson Motor Trike rides. Local acts and performance groups will also take to the stage, entertaining all.
You may notice that the location is different this year, with the event moving (temporarily) to Morgan Power Reserve instead of being held at the Pearce Reserve, as the latter is under construction until December. Last year the event was washed out by rain, then combined with the Christmas Carols in December, so let's hope a location change is the end of the fair's obstacles this year!
Now in its 24th year, the Kings Langley Village Fair has been put together by Blacktown City Council and the Kings Langley Lions Club Committee. Thousands are expected to attend.