Banking on good times at sports clubs’ events

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Two sports clubs in the area are promoting Bank Holiday events with food, drink and music on the bill.

Billingborough Cricket Club are holding their third annual fun day on Monday, August 26. Last year’s event attracted more than 1,000 people and it is hoped this year’s will be even more successful in raising funds for the club.

An added attraction this year will be a live band playing at the cricket club in the evening.

Little Big Band will round off the day between 7.30pm and 11pm in rockin’ style with their rendition of anthems from the likes of Queen, Bon Jovi, Deep Purple and many more.

There’ll be music, a barbecue and bar during the day as well, along with fairground rides, bungee jumping, a cricket tournament, inflatables for children and adults, a dog show, falconry and reptile show, indoor paintballing and 50 stalls.

l Five live bands are due to perform at South Kesteven Rugby Club’s Beer Sausage and Music festival.

Thirty real ales and ciders will make up the beverages offering on the day, Saturday, August 24, and the “gourmet” sausage referred to comes in a bap with a pint included in the £12 admission charge.

Tickets in advance are £10, from Under-18s go free but must be with an adult.

There will also be a barbecue, family games and entertainment, and disco.

The festival is from 2pm to midnight.