Festival beats for 10th year

Festival beats for 10th year

Member for Darling Range Tony Simpson, Hills Heartbeat festival founder Ron Withnell and Southern Hills Christian College principal Gavin Nancarrow at last year’s festival.

The Armadale hills will come alive once again for the Hills Heartbeat Festival at Southern Hills Christian College this Saturday.

Now in its 10th year the festival will offer a fun day for the entire family from 10am to 4pm.

Southern Hills Christian College principal Gavin Nancarrow said the school was tremendously excited to be hosting the festival once again.

“It’s wonderful to see families come along to enjoy the free rides, entertainment and activities,” he said.

“We’re expecting good weather and look forward to seeing lots of smiles.”

Extra special amusements will be operating including the super swing and abseiling tower, which forms part of Southern Hills Christian College’s high ropes course.

Community groups will run a number of food and market stalls near the live music and entertainment area.

Tours of Southern Hills Christian College are available between 11am and 3pm.

Free parking will be available onsite at 86 Admiral Road, Bedfordale.

Visit southernhills.wa.edu.au or call 9497 1751 for more information.
Examiner Newspapers is a sponsor of this event.