The full Victorian experience will be on show all day at Bexley Square next Saturday, kicked off by a local group of maypole dancers at 12 and a traditional market includes a Punch and Judy show (3pm and 4pm), tarot card readings, a coconut shy, puppet masters, tin can alley, hoopla, food and ale stalls.
There's also a best dressed Victorian fancy dress competition, a Victorian choir in the music hall, a Love On The Dole reading and a two hour Victorian dressed cycle ride starting at St Philips Church at 12 and ending at Bexley Square at 2pm. The Salford Victoriana experience goes right through until 8pm.
Jointly organised by Social adVentures and Salford Lions Club, A Most Victorian Bexley Square aims to raise money for local charities and also for Shea Given, a seven year old with a terminal genetic disorder known as ALD.
"It's a great opportunity for the community to come together for a barrel load of fun and help us to support those in our community that need a little bit of help"
says Alan Smith of Salford Lions Club.
A MOST VICTORIAN BEXLEY SQUARE
Saturday 25th June 2-8pm
For further information call in at The Angel Centre reception or phone 833 0495