CBBC characters ZingZillas at Mayor’s Newham Show today in Central Park, East Ham

Although residents enjoyed themselves at the Newham Beach at the Mayor's Newham Show, now they need

Although residents enjoyed themselves at the Newham Beach at the Mayor's Newham Show, now they need to be good neighbours. - Credit: Archant

Families can continue to bask in the sun at The Mayor’s Newham Show today with a second day of free entertainment, a fun fair and beach at Central Park.

A colourful performer in the Newham Carnival.

A colourful performer in the Newham Carnival. - Credit: Archant

Characters from the popular CBBC children’s show ZingZillas are the headline act at the main stage today.

They will be holding their own big Zing at 12.25pm and performing hits such as Bubble, Trouble Bhangra, and Do You Didgeridoo.

A variety of local acts will take to the stage afterwards and the talent finals for Time to Shine is at 2pm.

Newham Mayor Robin Wales said: “Time to Shine shows Newham’s got talent. The qualifying rounds have been tight and I can’t wait to see the finals.”


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At Newham by the Seaside a beach has been put down complete with deck chairs, donkey rides and a helter skelter.

The event at the park along High Street South in East Ham also features a children’s area with everything from a bouncy castle to face painters and story tellers.

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But there are also plenty of activities for older residents with a Cabaret Tent with live entertainment and a Hobbies and Craft Tent with workshops.

The Sports Zone will have advice on how to get active and stay healthy, and the Health Zone is offering a free health MOT.

Visitors can bring their own picnic to the park or have a meal from one of the many food stalls serving cuisine from around the world.

The event runs from 12noon to 6pm today.

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