On Saturday 7th August we are hosting a fantastically fun 60's themed 'Festival on the Field' to mark 100 years of our much-loved hospital, The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic, and 60 years of The League of Friends.
We are hosting a fantastically fun 60's themed 'Festival on the Field' to mark 100 years of our much-loved hospital, The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic, and 60 years of The League of Friends.
Join us as we celebrate these significant milestones and honor the work of our incredible frontline NHS staff.
The daytime will host a family-friendly community event involving live music, craft stalls, food and drink and children’s entertainment.
The evening will see a swinging sixties themed disco for adults to enjoy.
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Exhibitors & Street Food
You will be spoilt for choice with all the best in mouth-watering food and thirst-quenching drinks.
We are bringing together the best of our local food producers and showcasing independent businesses.
We've got fun and entertainment for the whole family. Are you tough enough to tackle our 40ft inflatable obstacle course? or, for a game of skill, can you hook the duck at one of our traditional fairground stalls?
Plus we have a giant sandpit, archery, photo booth, adult sports day, face painting and a small animal petting area. You might even have to watch out for dinosaurs!
If there’s one thing we can guarantee at Festival on the Field – it’s FUN!
Sure to enhance the festival vibes, our main stage will be jam packed with live music the whole day.
From a fabulous selection of local bands and singers, to the wonderful sounds of the hospital's own choirs to local dance groups, we will keep the music playing all day long.
Keep an eye out around the festival too, as there will be entertainers throughout the site.
Into the evening the 60’s theme will continue with a DJ and live performers!
Looking to Exhibit with us?
Food, craft, games, we want a little bit of everything for this charity event in Oswestry. With an expected footfall of around 2,000 - 4,000 people across the day (maybe more) we will have live music, kids entertainment and everything else you've come to expect of us - we just need you!