The Jays also perform live this year, a five-piece Tamworth-based vintage tribute vocal group who love to excite the ears with close harmonies, toe-tapping rhythms and memory jogging tunes. They will resurrect the wonderful hits of the 1940’s, including those of Andrews Sisters, Glen Miller and Vera Lynn.
The Elite Football Academy will be joining in the fun on Sunday. They teach kids from the age of 3 years old upwards, they have worked with professionals and international players. Elite work a lot on ball manipulation work, speed agility and quickness work as well as game understanding and situational play. By doing this they are aiming to create rounded footballers and aiming to give them skills other players their age won’t have. Each child is different and has different goals, this is something Elite always take into consideration and look at with every single child.
The Elite Football Academy
‘A Passion for Excellence’
Take a trip to the past and find out more about Tamworth’s rich history dating back to Saxon times, with tours and demonstrations taking place throughout the day in and around Tamworth Castle. A battle of Britain parade and a history display from the Herald’s archives will also be staged. Heritage Sunday will be a great day to experience the rich history Tamworth has to offer celebrating all things Anglo-Saxon.