Weymouth’s year of great festivals and events is off to a flying start this weekend with the first Community Beach Kite Festival.
The event which runs until Monday will be packed full of colour, fun and excitement, with tens of thousands of visitors expected to descend on Weymouth to enjoy the aerial acrobatic kite displays. The kite festival is a big favourite with kite flyers from all over Britain and Europe.
There will also be scheduled displays in where expert kite flyers will show off their skills. This year’s event is being organised by the Kite Community Group after it took on the event from the borough council.
We are delighted to have the opportunity to organise one of Weymouth’s iconic and long standing festivals, the group of volunteers have been working very hard in completing what has been a steep learning curve. The response from many local businesses has been great, with many wonderful prizes donated for our kite festival raffle. Our aim is to develop the Kite Weekend into a real community festival with many different aspects, including dog show, international food fair and assault course, we are looking forward to a great success in our first year at the helm.”
This year’s Weymouth Kite festival promises to be a real success story for the local community, their energy and commitment is of great value and will ensure that the kite festival weekend will develop and provide many benefits to the local community and the visitor economy of Weymouth and Dorset.”
More top news
Essex Police say that they can't comment on Martin Goldberg's death, but there were indications of an attempt to destroy evidence.
Police say indecent images of children have been found at the home of a deputy head teacher, who was recently found dead.
Essex Police say pictures of boys undressing have been discovered in the home of a teacher who's been found dead.