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The 2015 Kilburn Feast Was Very Successful in Every Way
The charity quiz on the Friday evening, “Kilburn Does Pointless”, was a sell-
Well over 100 people, mostly villagers and their guests, attended the Saturday afternoon picnic at High Kilburn and watched a fascinating and thrilling demonstration by the International Centre for Birds Of Prey, based at Duncombe Park. Afterwards, 24 teams set off on foot competing in a Treasure Hunt around High Kilburn and Kilburn – well done the Miles family for winning. Also on the Saturday afternoon was the dog scurry, which attracted a record number of entrants.
Saturday evening saw the Forresters Arms full of people watching and participating in a traditional quoits competition and the famous Mouse Derby.
Sunday afternoon attracted 283 runners in the renowned 7-
The Feast raised a record sum of money for local charities.
The Feast has made donations of £5,525 to:
Photographs and other details of the 2015 Kilburn Feast can be found elsewhere on this website, which attracted nearly 1400 visitors in the two weeks leading up to the 2015 Kilburn Feast.
The Friends of the Feast thank villagers, visitors, and the Feast’s sponsors for their very generous support.
A Video of the 2015 Kilburn Feast
Thank you to the many donors and sponsors, who helped to make the 2015 Kilburn Feast a great success. In addition to the people and organisations listed above there was also generous support from; Monk Park Farm Visitor Centre, The Forresters Arms and Duncombe Park Birds of Prey