Rose and Crown Guildford Heritage Festival expected to draw large crowd

Rose and Crown Guildford Heritage Festival expected to draw large crowd

A LARGE crowd is expected at the 2017 Rose and Crown Guildford Heritage Festival.

The annual Stirling Square event, which will run from 10am to 5pm on Sunday, March 26, includes stalls, a vintage, veteran and classic car exhibit, a taste of rock and roll, country, blues and jazz and memorabilia from the early settlement period.

The Perth Swing Dance Academy will entertain with their dance routines, with punters able to learn a few moves of their own.

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There will also be penny-farthings on parade, log chopping, military drills and trade and hobby demonstrations, along with a children’s festival including crafts, games and free rides.

Locally handcrafted wares, fashion and accessories and all things vintage, retro and up-cycled will be there to browse through.

The Golden West Collectors Fair will run inside St Matthew’s Church Hall, featuring coins, stamps, silver and records, with free valuations on the day.