‘Unbelievably fantastic’ event

George Walker (front), Sarah Nicholas and son Robin Mack (left), and (back from left) Anne McEniery, Lisa Nicholas and Carol Binder gave Anzac themed Gala Day Parade a different touch, riding with the Alpine Cycling Club in Bright on Saturday. The group were among the hundreds of people who paticipated in and attended the popular Bright Autumn Festival event. The festival was deemed a huge success by organisers.

BRIGHT Autumn Festival president Arno Van Winden has declared the 2015 Rotary Autumn Festival a great success saying it was “absolutely unbelievably fantastic”.

The festival wrapped up over the weekend after 10 days of events and activities around town.

Mr Van Winden said the great weather and a number of new events had made the 2015 program a memorable one.

“I have heard nothing but positive feedback about this year’s program,” he said.

“We had some great new events with the elegant accessories display by the Lions Ladies, cooking demos and for the first time the Wandi Nut Festival being a part of the program.

“Numbers on all of the tours were really good, I saw one of the Murders and Mysteries tours one night and there was about 40 or 50 people on it.

Mr Van Winden also said the Gala Day parade on Saturday, which was Anzac themed, was one of the best he had seen.

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