New for this year in Harrys Field

Harrys field is named after the ancient legend of Harry. The legend of a man who faithfully serves his community, puts others first and generally is a rather splendid chap, he is so highly regarded by all that know him an ode was written for him:

H- is for happy, a pleasure to know
A- is for adventurous and always on the go
R- is for respectful, he’ll greet you with a hug
R- is for retired and often at the pub
Y- is for youthful, though not in recent years
HTB we love you, now go and fetch the beers!

So if you see this ancient legend let him know we put the first aid in his field because you never know

A new layout in Harrys field will bring more stalls, more space & more entertainment this year.

New for this year we welcome:
HTB music stage, kindly hosted by Guitarist on wheels
HTB café, supported by the PTA (Parents & Teachers association)
Back by popular demand:
Climbing wall
Dog arena– bring your dog along to compete– see separate advert
Various stalls
Classic cars and tractors
Egg throwing, giant treasure hunt
& much much more

Stage times:
11.30-12.00 Weymouth Ukedelics
Back by popular demand, Weymouth Ukedelics are a talented fun group who are sure to get you moving your feet to some of your favourite tunes and rhythms.
12.15-12.45 Natures Cage
Nature’s Cage is an acoustic 3 piece inspired by Folk, Rock, Blues, Acoustic music formed in 2016
13.00-13.45 In Sync
In Sync are a twin duo from Yeovil who perform a variety of covers from the swingin’ sixties to the intricate harmonies of modern day pop.
14.00-14.30 Guitarist on wheels
My name is Paul Lewis aka Guitarist On Wheels. I have been playing guitar & writing songs since 2003 as a self taught left handed Guitar, Bass, Mandolin and Ukulele player. I am a wheelchair user who suffers with Brittle Bones (or OI). I have working on writing original music as well as a wide range of covers.
14.45-15.45 Lesedi
Travelling over from the outskirts of London, this trio will be performing a range of originals and covers guaranteed to get the crowd going. This band will perform a unique mix of funk, soul and jazz. Saxophonist and lead singer, Eve, will be returning to her hometown of Somerset especially for this gig.
16.00-16.20 Weymouth Ukedelics
Back by popular demand, Weymouth Ukedelics are a talented fun group who are sure to get you moving your feet to some of your favourite tunes and rhythms.
16.30-17.00 Jorden Lindsay
Jorden is a Pop/Folk/Acoustic artist whose first single ‘Like a Flower’ was featured on BBC Introducing. inspired by years of intently observing the world around him. A unique voice full of richness and depth, a combination of sincere lyrics over rhythmic chord patterns and intriguing percussive techniques equal to a sound and performance that is as alluring as it is vibrant.