Wick Festival: Picture gallery round-up from Littlehampton’s new ten-day event

Wick Festival has finished in style with a fabulous We Will Meet Again event organised by Age UK. The World War Two themed event at Wick Hall on Monday was opened with a parade by sea cadets from Littlehampton and Bognor, followed by a minute’s silence.

Tuesday, 3rd September 2019, 12:14 pm
Members of the Age UK Choir entertain visitors at the We Will Meet Again event

Some visitors arrived in vintage clothes and all were treated to tea and biscuits as they listened to the Age UK Choir perform.

One of the many cute dogs at Wick Festival of Pets
Heather Sanderson from Arun Dog Training with some of the visitors at the Wick Festival of Pets
The Arun Dog Training stand at Wick Festival of Pets
Lisa Edwards from Pet Care in Rustington at Wick Festival of Pets
One of the many cute dogs at the Wick Festival of Pets
Face painter Debbie Mott from Lets Face it Sussex at the family fun day
The free boxing fitness session at Wick Hall
Sea Cadets from Littlehampton and Bognor parade into the car park at Age UK's We Will Meet Again event
Dressed in vintage clothes, a visitor at Age UK's We Will Meet Again event
Sea Cadets from Littlehampton and Bognor helping to serve drinks at Age UK's We Will Meet Again event
Members of the Age UK Choir entertain visitors at the We Will Meet Again event
Visitors enjoy Age UK's We Will Meet Again event
The Dew Drop Inn landlady Jenny Morrell receives the winner's plaque from judges Littlehampton mayor Tracey Baker and Teresa Hamlin
The Going Spare scarecrow
The Flower Shop scarecrow, left, and a Hallowe'en inspired scarecrow
The Going Spare scarecrow, left, and the St Barnabas House charity shop scarecrow
The Baltic Express scarecrow, left, and the Roundabout Playgroup scarecrow
The Wick Hall scarecrow, left, and the Southern Home Furnishings scarecrow
Judging the scarecrow festival, Teresa Hamlin and Littlehampton mayor Tracey Baker
Wick, Littlehampton, West Sussex, UK. 24th August 2019. The Wick Village Scarecrow Festival, organised by the Wick Village Traders Association and held during the Wick Festival. In Pic: The Going Spare scarecrow.
Littlehampton mayor Tracey Baker with event organisers Keith Croft and Julie Roby
Members of 4 Sight Vision Support handing out information at the event
One of the stalls, providing information about volunteering
Members of Star Ignited Performance Academy
One of the volunteers
Face painting
Visitors at the event
Visitors enjoying scones with jam and cream and a cup of tea.
Wick, Littlehampton, West Sussex, UK. 24th August 2019. The Wick Festival Family Cream Tea event at Wick Hall. In Pic: The Mayor of Littlehampton, Councillor Tracey Baker, enjoys a scone with jam and cream and a cup of tea at the event with the event organisers Keith Croft and Julie Roby.