The Union Street Party 2012...

What happened?

This years Street Party was on Sunday 23 September from 12-4pm. 

The party is all about celebrating what is great about Stonehouse, it's a chance for the community to come together and have fun.  We support local talent, community groups and businesses to create a unique family event that brings Union Street alive.

It was probably the worse weather possible but we put a wet weather plan into action and the community spirit of Stonehouse was certainly celebrated as we all danced and played on the street for the afternoon.

'Storming party this afternoon :o) The crowd boogied hard, despite Mother Nature's less than favourable offering! Thank you for having us, we loved it, same time same place next year ;o) xx'
Cuckoo Collective

These lovely people took fabulous pictures of the day - well worth a look:

View the photos by Dom Moore
View the photos by Foto+
View community portraits by FotoNow

Thanks to everyone who joined in...
View the official programme here.
A line up hosted by Ian Smith and Mama Tokus
Land of Giants
Cuckoo Collective
Dub Class
Filipino British Association Dancers
Ameera the belly dancer and her troop
Gloucester Court Residents
Neswick Street Talent
Stonehouse Youth

and thank you for all the stuff happening on the Street...
Emerge Youth Circus, Community Circus, Stonehouse Playspace Association with loads for families to do, dressing up with the Shekinah Mission, Stonehouse Timebank, Plymouth Discovery Tours, Filipino Association, Plymouth Play Association, giant puppets, local author Val Morris, Plymouth City Council Neighbourhood Management, Plymouth City Council Plymotion, Plymouth College of Art, Messy Church with St Pauls Church and the Crown Centre, the Police, Oasis Cafe Art Group, craft with Carla, Plymouth Community Homes, Manor Street Children’s Centre, the Zone, the Millfields Trust, Karst and George House...and everyone else who joined in

And the yummy treats from...
The Crown Centre, Oasis Cafe, Zaytoons, Sprouts, Gloucester Court, Filipino Association, Ali Babas 40 Dishes, the Royal Gurkha and Club103.

Supporters:
Design by 51Studio, photos by Dom Moore and filmed by Skymind Studios.

Funders:
Rock Salt
Lord High Admiral
Millfields Trust
Nationwide Platforms
Nick Frood - local builder
Stonehouse Timebank
Councillor Sue McDonald
Working Links
Community First
Sports Relief
National Lottery - Awards for All

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