Welly wanging is top of bill for show.WELLY wel·lie also wel·ly
n. pl. wel·lies Chiefly British
A Wellington boot. Often used in the plural.
1. wanging contest heads the list of attractions at a Merseyside carnival.
Entrants of all ageswill attempt to take the crown by hurling a variety of rubber boots into targets, such as tyres and buckets.
The event will take place at 3pm during Port Sunlight Port Sunlight is a village on the Wirral (in the North West of England). It was purpose built by Lord Leverhulme/William Hesketh Lever starting in 1888 for the employees of Lever Brothers soap factory (now part of Unilever). Village Festival, which runs from 11am-5pm tomorrow. The competition will also support the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), the charity which helps farming families in times of crisis.
Families can also enjoy live entertainment, a dog show, a vintage car vintage car
a car built between 1919 and 1930
vintage car n → coche m antiguo or de época
vintage car vintage n rally and salsa dancers at the festival, which is organised by the Port Sunlight Village Trust.
W ANGERS: Staff from Port Sunlight Museum and Gardens Village throw their wellies in preparation for Port Sunlight Village Festival tomorrow
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Jul 25, 2009|
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