Sunday 12th September from 12pm until 6pm is when the whole Hurst community takes over the High Street and South Avenue Recreation Ground to come together to enjoy a full programme of free entertainment, good food, drink, crafts, local art and music. We love to engage the entire community from performers and artists to suppliers, schools, venues and local organisations, which is a great way to enhance people’s mental health and sense of community.
If you would like a stall for Super Sunday please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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This year’s Super Sunday theme is ‘celebrate’, with an array of wonderful celebratory moments.
The Annual Treasured Transport Parade at 1pm from Crossways to the Recreation Ground is being led by Brighton and Hove City Brass Band and we have a new and exciting addition with our Children’s Dance Parade! Expect a wonderful, bright and energetic celebration of children as they dance through the High Street culminating in exciting displays in the arena with choreography by the wonderful Create Space Studios team.
Also, on the Recreation Ground in our new arena we will have performances by James Wilton Dance, Seska with his kids magic, morris dancers, puppet shows, the Brass-e-oke and lots more family entertainment!
New for 2021 we will have a Hurst Festival bar alongside our festival favourites the Reptile Tent, fair rides, the Adventure Zone bouncy castle plus a bouncy castle for under 5s. There will be art classes with Cygnets Art School, and stencil workshops. The Purple Bus will be there with circus workshops, we will also have a seed swap stall and many local craft stalls.
At The Village Garden we will have music from DJ Em, plus live music performances from Hurst Festival Music Club. There’s even more live music from Sussex buskers, who will be performing throughout the High Street. Stalls will be spilling out from our beloved High Street shops, plus with all sorts of free activities from gingerbread decorating workshops to art workshops with Poponin. There will be face painting, balloon sellers, craft stalls, plant stalls and, of course, plenty of ice cream. We will also be offering sumptuous foods including Egyptian, creperie, Thai and a Vietnamese. Holy Trinity Church will be hosting our Art Exhibition with exhibits and demonstrations from Sussex Guild and a whole host of artists and makers from Sussex, plus bell ringing demonstrations.
So come and be part of this magical day that makes the Hurst community so very special.
We respectfully remind everyone to make sure all cars are removed from Hurstpierpoint High Street by 8am Sunday 12th September when we close the road – the space is allocated for local stalls.