SHOPPING CENTRE TO CELEBRATE WITH OLD TIME TUNES ON JUBILEE DAY
Yate Shopping Centre will be filled with the tunes of yesteryear on Diamond Jubilee Day, Wednesday, 6th June, when Wartime Tribute Act and 1940′s and 50′s singer Heather Marie will be entertaining the crowds.
Shoppers will also be able enjoy a free cream tea outside Parsons in North Walk between 12pm – 3pm.
For the children, the first 100 will enjoy a free street party in West Walk, starting at Noon, with free lunch, music, face painting, bouncy castle and free water balls.
Heather has been touring the UK since 2009 performing songs from wartime 1940′s through to 1950′s rock n roll with swing and big band mixed in along the way. She has performed at functions throughout the UK and for national charities such as the Royal Air Forces Association and Help for Heroes. In April 2009, Heather was honoured to perform with legendary military dance band The Royal Air Force Squadronaires!
Heather Marie is a singing teacher at LIPA 4:19 in Knutsford, part of the prestigious Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts founded by Sir Paul McCartney.