Creature features, dancers and more set for Boston’s Community Showcase

Performers entertain the crods at last year's Boston Community Showcase event in Central Park. NA

Performers entertain the crods at last year's Boston Community Showcase event in Central Park. NA

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EXOTIC animals, dancers, medieval cooking, getting up close to owls and bees - these are just some of the highlights at this year’s Boston Community Showcase.

The Showcase, which offers free entry and a variety of free activities, takes place on Sunday, September 11, in Central Park.

“This year’s event is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet,” said Nathan Black, one of the event’s organisers. “

“Where else in Boston could you see live bands, followed by a look at some tarantulas and birds of prey – and all topped off with some help and advice from your local community group?”

He added: “Not only that, but all for free. It is fair to say the Showcase makes for a great family day out, while giving the people who help fuel the Boston’s community a stage to promote their services.”

Also on offer on the day will be a bouncy castle, low cost food prepared by North Sea Camp, and more than 100 stalls hosted by local community and voluntary groups.

The event, which was originally created by Boston Mayflower, South Lincs Community Voluntary Service (CVS) and Boston Borough Council, runs from 10am to 4pm - and is open to everyone.

l For more information about the Boston Community Showcase call Paul Kenny on 01205 318553 or visit www.bostonshowcase.co.uk