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Issue 62: More stars Party on the Pitch - Waltham Forest Council

Issue 62: More stars Party on the Pitch - Waltham Forest Council

Issue 62: More stars Party on the Pitch - Waltham Forest

ong>Moreong> ong>starsong> ong>Partyong> on the Pitch Scouting For Girls and The Saturdays will join Alexandra Burke at ong>Partyong> on the Pitch on Saturday 19 May Indie pop band Scouting For Girls and girl group The Saturdays are the latest additions to Waltham Forest Council’s ong>Partyong> on the Pitch, happening at Leyton Orient Stadium on Saturday 19 May. Scouting For Girls have been nominated for both Brit and Ivor Novello awards, have sold over 1.2 million albums and 1.5 million singles worldwide, scored a UK number one with their album in 2008 and with their hit single ‘This Ain’t a Love Song’ in 2010. Platinum-selling girl group The Saturdays have dominated the airwaves with a string of top ten singles and kept us glued to the telly with their own TV show. Now they’re set to play ong>Partyong> on the Pitch and you can be sure they’ll have residents going gaga for their perfect pop hits. Both bands join UK pop megastar Alexandra Burke for the fantastic concert. With four number ones and millions of sales to her name, the 2008 X Factor winner has more than got what it takes to get Leyton Orient Stadium dancing. The Big 6 events are helping local people celebrate the What’s on Olympic Year, and ong>Partyong> on the Pitch is shaping up to be a real show-stopper. It is the third of the Council’s Big 6 - a series of six free highquality events hosted across the borough to help residents celebrate the Olympic Year and say ‘thank you’ for their patience during the disruption of Games Your guide to activities, clubs and events in the borough See centre pages for full details. Waltham Forest News Your Council keeping residents informed www.walthamforest.gov.uk ong>Issueong> ong>62ong>, 19 March 2012 Alexandra Burke, Scouting For Girls and The Saturdays will all ong>Partyong> on the Pitch Time. The events are being funded entirely by one-off funding opportunities generated by the 2012 Games. You can apply for tickets for ong>Partyong> on the Pitch until 12noon on Wednesday 4 April. Tickets will be completely free for anyone living in Waltham Forest and will be allocated by random ballot. ong>Moreong> info To register for tickets and updates visit www. walthamforestbig6.co.uk. You can apply for tickets until 12noon on Wednesday 4 April and a second ballot will take place on Thursday 26 April. News 02 News 03 Urban Classic - more Big 6 event news Queen to visit Waltham Forest Priorities 04 Regenerating our borough Environment 06 Love Your Borough awards Community 11 Chingford rocks

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