Events Tagged ‘Burntwood Lane’

As part of the Caterham Festival, DeFest 2011 took place at De Stafford School in Burntwood Lane, Caterham on 18th and 19th June.

Sunday, day 2 of DeFest a two day music festival was a VINTAGE DEFEST SPECIAL. Organised by No Name Jive, a local group who teach 1930’s, 40’s & 50’s Jitterbug, Swing Jive & Stroller Classes.

Vintage clothing and accessories were on sale, while the vintage tearoom was busy throughout the afternoon. Birds of prey were on display as well as entertainment for the children.

Another first for No Name Jive, they organised a Caterham Cruise for Vintage, Classic & Military Vehicles to proceed Vintage Defest 2011.

As part of the Caterham Festival, DeFest 2011 a two-day music festival took place at De Stafford School in Burntwood Lane, Caterham on 18th and 19th June.

The vehicles started from De Stafford School travelling down to Caterham Valley before climbing back up to the Hill and travelling around the old Caterham Barracks site now known as the Village!

Classic and vintage cars, American cars and trucks, WWII vehicles, military vehicles and bikes all took part before then going on display at the Festival.

As part of the Caterham Festival, DeFest 2011 took place at De Stafford School in Burntwood Lane, Caterham on 18th and 19th June.

Sunday, day 2 of DeFest a two day music festival was a VINTAGE DEFEST SPECIAL. Organised by No Name Jive, a local group who teach 1930’s, 40’s & 50’s Jitterbug, Swing Jive & Stroller Classes.

This year, dance displays were by Totally Pole Dancing, Sheer Burlesque and Drolet Dance. No Name Jive gave a lesson to the very enthusiastic crowd.

Music was provided by John Paul Goddard, John Lazenby, La Mouche, The Sundaes, The Goosebumps, Natalie Ross, with Danny Fisher completing a very entertaining afternoon.

As part of the Caterham Festival the second two day Music Festival – DeFest 2011 took place at De Stafford School in Burntwood Lane, Caterham on 18th and 19th June.

The playing fields of the school were taken over by two stages and many music lovers. Besides the music to enjoy, Ride the Hill were back with demonstrations on mountain boards. Mercerdes-Benz gave youngsters the chance to drive one of their cars and a Craft Fair was in the hall for the less adventurous.

John Paul Goddard was the compere for the two-day event, with local radio station Ridge Radio in attendance the whole weekend to keep music lovers entertained while the bands were changing over.

As part of the Caterham Festival the second two day Music Festival – DeFest 2011 took place at De Stafford School in Burntwood Lane, Caterham on 18th and 19th June.

The Bands this year were first on stage Murder Is Rude, followed by Amberline. Shattered Intent were next up, followed by Better Than Good, The Merry Gang, Mandelson, A Day Before You, Edged and to finish off the day Theory of 6Degrees.