CoCoMAD going ahead tomorrow – get down and support it!

This just in from the from the Friends of Cotteridge Park about Birmingham’s best little festival, CoCoMAD:

CoCoMAD is going ahead tomorrow regardless – can’t cancel, won’t cancel…
Music, stalls, procession, lovely, lovely hot food and drinks all going ahead.
Wear your wellies & waterproofs and bring something plastic to sit on for the true festival experience – it there’s no Glastonbury, come to Cotteridge Park for your mud.
Bring your Dunkirk spirit and support all the traders, performers, trolley builders and volunteers who have worked so hard all year.
And not wanting to tempt fate the weather is looking better for tomorrow…
Join the trolley procession, leaving from the Friends’ Meeting House Watford Rd in Cotteridge at 12noon – on foot or on your bicycle.
The first band goes on stage and the stalls & activities start at 12.30
Hooray for CoCoMAD and the lovely waterproof people of Cotteridge

 

CoCoMAD going ahead tomorrow – get down and support it!

This just in from the from the Friends of Cotteridge Park about Birmingham’s best little festival, CoCoMAD:

CoCoMAD is going ahead tomorrow regardless – can’t cancel, won’t cancel…
Music, stalls, procession, lovely, lovely hot food and drinks all going ahead.
Wear your wellies & waterproofs and bring something plastic to sit on for the true festival experience – it there’s no Glastonbury, come to Cotteridge Park for your mud.
Bring your Dunkirk spirit and support all the traders, performers, trolley builders and volunteers who have worked so hard all year.
And not wanting to tempt fate the weather is looking better for tomorrow…
Join the trolley procession, leaving from the Friends’ Meeting House Watford Rd in Cotteridge at 12noon – on foot or on your bicycle.
The first band goes on stage and the stalls & activities start at 12.30
Hooray for CoCoMAD and the lovely waterproof people of Cotteridge

 

CoCoMAD Preview – 3rd July 2010

cocomadThis Saturday, one of Birmingham’s best community events is taking place right on our doorstep in the small but perfectly formed Cotteridge Park, about 200 yds from Loaf HQ! It’s a fun, family friendly, free festival of music and arts, that attracts around 5000 people annually, and is now in its 13th year! You can find a full programme on the Friends of Cotteridge Park website, but highlights include Misty’s Big Adventure on the main stage, green wood working and bushcraft in the Community Orchard, and a 6m climbing wall.

pizza ovenFestival food is also a highlight this year with local deli and cafe Leverton and Halls bringing lovely organic burgers and other delights, friend-of-Loaf Sajida providing gorgeous authentic curries, and us debuting our brand new mobile wood-fired pizza oven, and selling Cotteridge Park elderflower cordial too. We’re keeping it simple for the debut with two pizza’s on the menu, both made with a sourdough pizza base and our secret tomato sauce – organic Gloucestershire ham and mushroom with West Country mature cheddar, or red onion, black olive and basil. Come and watch your pizza being made and cooked in front of your eyes, hopefully all in 2 minutes flat.