Olympic Legacy Festival this weekend in St Albans

16:22 08 August 2013

Verulamium Park

Verulamium Park


THE magic of the Olympic and Paralympic Games can be relived for free this weekend at a council-led sports festival in St Albans.

Event-goers can turn their hand to ultimate Frisbee, water zorbing, and football along with heaps of other activities at the Olympic Legacy Festival in Verulamium Park on Saturday.

The beach volleyball court and Olympic AdiZone will be open for use and a selection of interactive inflatables will be dotted around the park.

Live music from local talent will compliment the inaugural event from noon until 6pm while restaurateurs will provide food and refreshments.

For more information visit: http://www.enjoystalbans.com/whats-on/key/detail/33357/2013.08.10---olympic-legacy-festival


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