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Acton Aid 2022

A community fund raising event with some brilliant nationally acclaimed acts.

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Mash in the Meadows – Friday 1st July 2022

Early bird tickets now on sale. Limited ticket availability – please book early. No tickets will be available on the gate. Three top tribute bands, who will deliver memorable performances and create a fantastic festival atmosphere.


Bootleg Blondie is the official Debbie Harry & Blondie tribute band. the only Blondie tribute to play the legendary CBGB in New York City. They have toured the UK with one of Blondie’s founding members. legendary and celebrated drummer Clem Burke.


The sheer power. excitement and unique sound of The Police. this talented three­piece look and sound like the real thing and perform chart hits including Message in a Bottle. Roxanne. plus best of Sting


U2UK have won the hearts of U2 fans by performing all over Europe and beyond. U2UK are Europe’s premier U2 Tribute Band performing songs spanning four decades and performing some of the greatest rock anthems ever written.

Proms in the Meadows – Saturday 2nd July 2022

New for this year we are delighted to have multi award-winning jazz musicians, Henry Spencer and his band Juncture performing.

Also, The Bristol Millennium Orchestra, present a traditional last night of the Proms.

Supported by local acts:

  • Iron Acton Community Choir
  • ROKH Dance Academy

You are welcome to bring a picnic and there will be a reasonably priced, well-stocked.

Acton Aid was formed over 40 years ago when a group of men living in Iron Acton decided to set up an informal organisation  to organise events in Iron Acton for the benefit of local parishioners with surplus funds helping good causes in the local community. They also offered their services free of charge to projects that would enhance village life. This also gave them the opportunity to meet regularly in the Lamb Inn to plan and to ensure that the beer remained up to standard!