Slough Canal Festival

The steam train engine

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September 2018

11am-5pm both days

Bloom Park, Middlegreen Road, Langley

Slough Canal Festival is a wonderful weekend by the water!

Two days of fantastic fun for all the family with free entry, free parking, free displays and performances in the main arena and much more. And full disability access to the site and allocated parking.

This year there will be:

  • canal boat trips (for a small fee)
  • birds of prey displays
  • a display by Little Nippers terrier and lurcher racing
  • a steam engine train that will take children and families on trips around the arena
  • mobile farm
  • ferret racing
  • charity and arts and crafts stalls
  • Emma's Crafty Kids session all day
  • face painting and glitter tattoos (just £1 each)
  • bungee trampoline (just £1)
  • small funfair rides
  • bouncy castle
  • food
  • a mobile bar.

Canal boat ride

On Sunday there will be a circus skills workshop by Scotty's Circus Workshop - you can try your hand at plate spinning, using magic wands and bean bag juggling, among other things.

Slough's Mayor Councillor Paul Sohal will attend on the Sunday.

Lynsey Hellewell, the council’s events organiser, said: “We love hosting this event every year. It always draws great crowds of people who enjoy spending time by the canal and watching the arena shows.”

See the map of how to get to the Canal Festival

For more information contact events on 01753 875194 or e-mail communications@slough.gov.uk