Monday, April 15, 2024

Charity Event: Dubs of Anarchy – this September!

Look out for the zombie apocalypse as the undead prepare to descend on a small farm in Evesham this summer. The Dubs of Anarchy is a bus & bike charity event held in support of the Midlands Air Ambulance and Midlands Freewheelers (Blood Bikes) and is being held at Ashdown Farm in Evesham over the weekend of the 16th-18th September.

This is a family event with attractions and distractions suitable for all ages from children’s rides to live music to the farms WW2 camp to airbrushing displays to the climbing wall to the Show’n’Shine competition. Amongst the musical distractions there are a number of local bands and artists including The Notorious Brothers, the Delray Rockets, Fifteen English Pounds and Isolation – and many more besides. The world famous Circus of Horrors will make an appearance performing scenes from their Zombie Apocalypse show which falls nicely in line with the theme of the event, Zombies and Slayers, so fancy dress is highly encouraged.

Dubs of Anarchy With a huge range of food and drink outlets on site no-one is likely to go hungry or thirsty and children can get crafty with pottery painting. For the big people there’s lots of clothing and bits for bikes and bugs in the auto-jumble to keep the creative juices flowing.

Day tickets are just £5 each but if you prefer to stay, camp out and risk being eaten by zombies then weekend tickets are £25 in advance which includes camping from Friday to Monday or £30 on the day. Kids under 16 go free, so do dogs as long as they’ll eat the zombie scraps lying around the site.

Don’t forget, while you’re having fun you’ll be helping the local Air Ambulance Service as well as the voluntary Blood Bikes Service.

For more information take a look at the websites:

Dubs of Anarchy:

Midlands Air Ambulance:

Midlands Freewheelers (Blood Bikes):

Reg Richardson
Reg Richardson
As a teenager at the end of the 1960's I was listening to Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Hawkwind, Mountain and Grand Funk Railroad amongst a long list of other rock bands. My first foray into band photography was Hawkwind, 1972-ish at Liverpool Stadium.

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