Go Kart Party Gloucestershire attended the Cirencester Bonfire event organised by the Cirencester round table on the 1st of November.

A great night was had by all, with fine weather making the night really enjoyable for the large crowds in attendance

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Just attended the Speech House Vintage Fayre for the first time. What a great event,its only been running for three years and has made a great impression with the local community in the Forest of Dean.

Our Go Karts were verty popular for the children and for the adults there was an abundance of machinery equipment for all to see, a great turnout from all the local enthusiasts who give up their time free to attend this type of event. We look forward to many more years of supporting this great new show!

We attended the famous Onion Fayre at Newent again this year, the weather was fine and the crowds were out in force, a great day was had by all, roll on next year!

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We attended the Moreton show this year which was a great success helped by the fine weather in spite of threatening to rain. The help for heroes simulator was on site this year and although the event was a week later the attendance was still very good.

Once again Go Kart Party Gloucestershire was in attendance at the National Playday event at Pittville  Park on Wednesday 7th August. The fine weather brought out the crowds with huge numbers attending, we had a queue from 20 mins before we started until when we finished at 4pm.  With all the other activites organised by Cheltenham Borough council all for a two pound charge per child, it representated excellent value for children and enabled them to have a fantastic day, all on their doorstep!

Go-Kart Party Gloucestershire yet again attended the RIAT at Fairford last weekend. The crowds flocked in to see some fantastic air displays which included the Red Arrows completing a fly past with a British Airways Airbus A380, the largest passenger aircraft in the world. 

It was a sad day for aircraft fans as we saw the very last flight of the famous Vulcan bomber the  last one in use today.

There was something for everybody with displays of the Typhoon and F15 fighters amongst many others.

We had wing walkers on world war one biplanes and acrobatics from Chinook and Black Hawk helicopters.

Sundays display ended with a spectacular display from the Italian air force.

The camp sites around Fairford were jam packed with enthusiasts who stayed the whole weekend making the most of the wonderful weather!

It was great to attend the Midsummer fiesta at Montpelier gardens this year after last years event was unfortunately cancelled. This year the weather could not have been more different, the sun blazed all day.

Heart FM were in attendance, also Gloucester Rugby club, the locals came out in large numbers to enjoy a great day out for the whole family in beautiful surroundings! 

The day was jam packed with activities, there was lots for the kids to do including driving our GoKarts and the music was playing into the evening to keep everyone entertained, a great day was had by all, thanks to Cheltenham council for putting on a fabulous day.

Go Kart Party Gloucestershire attended the Dursley Festival for the first time on the 29th of June.

The day weas a real scorcher with high temperatures all day, the crowds flocked in to see an array of different activities including music and dance tuition and as well as us many other things to amuse themselves. We offered up a free party for the days raffle which enabled the lucky winner to have a party on us in Dursley probably next March!

We attended the annual Heythrop Country Show & Donkey Derby at Cocklebarrow Farm in aid of  Midlands Air Ambulance on the 16th of June.

The event had plenty of activities from Pig racing to Exciting high jump and of course the star of the show the annual Donkey Derby, the winner this year was Ben Pauling with Martin Keighley, Charlie Longsdon and Fergal O' Brien also in the saddle!

The day ended with a band playing for the gathered throng and thankfully the rain held off for most of the day in spite of the dour forecast - The Met was wrong again!