Lytham Club Day promises to be a fantastic event this year! Stay at Eastham Hall and you will only be just over a mile away from all the festivities.
It is a very special year for Lytham Club Day 2014 as it is 120 years since the crowning of the first Rose Queen at St. Cuthbert’s Church.
this anniversary there will be a display of the last 120 years in a Heritage Exhibition hosted at Lytham Hall as part of 5 days of activities.
A specific timetable will be published nearer the time.
Part of the exhibition will be a collection of photographs and memorabilia from past festivals and memories of the people of Lytham that have enjoyed Lytham Club Day over the years.
Various workshops will be held in the weeks leading up to club day to put those memories on film and shown as part of the exhibition to be stored forever in the Lytham archives.
Will start with the parade through the town finishing in Westby Street, the Rose Queens will then process down to Lytham Hall ready for the crowning ceremony and entertainment.
The road may be long down to Lytham Hall but if you don’t fancy the walk you could cycle or even catch the free Lytham Heritage No 19 Bus which will pick up at Serco and drop off outside the entrance to the Hall.
There will be a family focused afternoon, with sports events for children kindly assisted by AFC Fylde, donkey rides, traditional stalls such as coconut shy's etc. Everyone will be w
Take your own picnic or buy lunch from one of the food stalls.
The Ceilidh Band will be followed by the very popular Steel Band where everyone can dance the night away.
Families are welcome to take along their own picnics, drinks and gazebos, although barbecues will not be allowed for obvious reasons.
At the end of the evening the buses will then carry all weary families back down the drive.
Sunday Church Service
The weekend will be rounded off with a church service on the Sunday morning in the marquee followed by a coming together of the Lytham Ecumenical Churches for a Songs of Praise type concert.