Loose Amenities Association
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From Leicester to Loose!
Richard the Third has been much in the news lately and he's coming to Loose in July with our annual Open Air Shakespeare. Arguably Shakespears's most villainous King, watch in horror and delight as Richard murders his way to the throne, unable to resist his cruel wit and dark humour.
This is a hugely entertaining and diabolical adventure that tells the story of one man's journey to heaven, then back to hell.
Richard the Third will be performed on Saturday 27 July in the tranquil gardens of The Oast House in Salts Lane, by kind permission of Sue and Dave Jackson.
Bring along a picnic and something nice to drink and prepare to be seduced by the wicked, sexy last Plantagenet king.
Buy your tickets securely online below with PayPal. They will be delivered to you by hand or by first class post.
We now have a regular quarterly news spot in the Maidstone South edition of the Downs Mail. Look out for our next entry in June.
For more information on our weekend working parties in the valley please telephone 01622 743174.
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Welcome to the website of Loose Amenities Association. The area lies to the south of Maidstone, Kent. At its heart is the picturesque Loose village, pictured above.
The Association is run by volunteers to preserve and care for the beautiful and unique environment of the Loose Village and Loose Valley Conservation Area, and to fund this work we organise events throughout the year. Visit our Events page to see what's happening in 2013.
To become a member of Loose Amenities Association CLICK HERE
MONDAY 27 MAY
TICKETS ON SALE AT 1.00 - FIRST RACE AT 2.00
Stalls this year include:
...and of course homemade cakes from the tea tent, freshly cooked BBQ with Woods of Coxheath burgers, coconut shy, cup and saucer ride, candy floss, plants and gifts, ice cream, fun and games in All Saints' Church marquee, Loose Infant and Junior Schools Float Race at 3pm
Site designed and maintained by Catherine Kenny. Last updated 14/5/2013