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黑龙江省哈尔滨师大附中2019届高三上学期开学考试英语试卷

2018年高三上学期开学考试

英 语 试 卷  

                        

                                   时间:120分钟  满分:150分    

第一部分   听力(共两节,满分20分)

第一节(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题, 从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. What is the weather like today?

A.Cool. B. Warm. C. Hot.

2. What does the man want?

A.  A one-dollar bill. B. Some coins. C. A parking place.

3. What are the speakers discussing?

A. Whether to hire more workers.

B. How to improve production.

C. When to put the new orders.

4. Where are the speakers?

A. In a park. B. In a lift. C. On a bus.

5. What has the woman done?

A. She has changed her car for a new one.

B. She has taken a new car for a test drive.

C. She has finished recording a radio program.

第二节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第6—7题。

6. When will the man leave the hotel?

A. On October 22nd. B. On October 25th. C. On October 26th.

7. How much will the man pay for the room?

A. $ 70. B. $ 280. C. $400.

听第7段材料,回答第8—9题。

8. Why didn’t the man choose the £12.50 tickets?

A. The tickets weren’t enough.

B. The time was not suitable.

C. The seats were at the back.

9. Which circus tickets did the man decide to buy?

A. The £15.00 ones. B. The £15.50 ones. C. The £17.50 ones.

听第8段材料,回答第10—12题。

10. What is the man’s job?

A. He works for a radio program. B. He sells music records.

C. He writes songs.

11. What kind of music does the man like best?

A. Country music. B. Jazz. C. Rock.

12.Why did the man start to buy music books?

A. To start a new radio program. B. To get information more easily.

C. To write more songs.

听第9段材料,回答第13—16题。

13. Why does the man feel tired?

A. He couldn’t fall asleep last night. B. He worked overtime last night.

C. He stayed up watching TV last night.

14. What does the woman think of the reality TV show now?

A. Meaningless. B. Attractive. C. Strange.

15. Why do people want to be in the show according to the woman?

A. To earn money. B. To become famous. C. To experience a different life.

16. What do we know about the speakers?

A. They don’t like the reality TV show.

B. They admire people with real talent.

C. They have different opinions on fame.

听第10段材料,回答第17—20题。

17. Where is the Sculpture Garden?

A. On Trafalgar Road. B. Opposite the entrance. C. On the left of the bridge.

18. What can people do in the area between the Catering Village and the toilets?

A. Admire artwork out of wood and stone.

B. Appreciate an exhibition of paintings.

C. Buy food and drinks.

19. What is the popular area of the festival?

A. The Craft Market. B. The Sculpture Garden. C. The Catering Village.

20. What is the tradition of the festival?

A. Live bands play throughout the festival.

B. Authors read from their latest works.

C. Actors perform plays.

 

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节, 满分40分)

第一节 (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

A

    It was a Saturday morning, a day I believed would end in victory. For weeks, I had been preparing for the match at the county fairgrounds, sponsored(赞助) by our local riding club. My horse, Tonka, and I could run faster than any kid in the county, and I hoped to bring home a blue ribbon.

    My mother usually drove me to the riding events, but on this day, my father planned to drop us off at the fairgrounds with the horse trailer(马车) .

    Although we never discussed it, my father’s struggle with alcoholism had become the silent center of our family life. My mother was paralyzed with fear and indecision. Her salary as a part-time nurse couldn’t possibly support four children. No one talked about alcoholism in those days, and it was my family secret.

We climbed on the trailer and my father pulled out of our driveway and headed toward the fairgrounds, picking up speed once we hit the main road. It wasn’t until we felt a big bump that I realized the trailer was out of control. The dream of my riding winner disappeared. Tonka lay on the floor, completely still. No words were possible. I knew he was dead.

Suddenly a man appeared. “Are you all right?” he asked. “Yes.” I answered, although I knew that nothing was all right. “Sit here on the grass,” he said. He bent down to look into the trailer. Tonka remained still. He touched Tonka and then turned to face me. ‘‘He is going to be OK. He has just been knocked unconscious.” He rubbed Tonka’s cheeks and gently pulling his ears. Tonka rose to his feet.

  Our father was talking to a police officer. He was upset and in pain and took little notice of me. I looked back; the man was gone.

I never forgot him. He gave me strength and a sense of hope in a dark and frightening moment.

21. The writer went to the fairgrounds because he wanted to ___________.

 A. take part in a horse racing          B. buy Mum a blue ribbon

   C. join the local riding club           D. train his horse there

22. We can learn from the third paragraph that ___________.

A. the family kept silent at home       B. the family lived a secret life

C. Father was addicted to alcohol       D. Mum was physically disabled

23. What does “he’’ in the fourth paragraph refer to?

   A. Father.                          B. The stranger.

   C. The horse.                       D. The winner.

24. What does the author want to tell the readers through the story?

 A. Once formed, bad habits are difficult to break.

   B. Unexpected kindness is a light that shines in the darkness.

   C. However mean your life is, meet it and live it.

D. Family is a place of encouragement, a safe harbor in the storms.

B

   Dining in a completely dark room, unaware what’s on your plate while sitting next to a complete stranger may not sound like an ideal restaurant experience but it’s certainly an intriguing way to spend a rainy night in London.

   Dans le Noir, close to London’s financial district, is a restaurant full of blind waiters and waitresses who become your eyes around the restaurant, whose original Paris branch opened in 2004.

   In the bar with the light, you choose whether you want the fish, meat or vegetable, but the dishes themselves remain a secret, as do the ingredients of the “surprise” cocktails. Bags, coats and devices(设备) that light up, including watches and mobile phones, are kept in the bar. Placing your hand on the shoulder of your guide, you are led to a table in a black dining room that sets up to 60 people. And it is dark.

   The waiters tell you when the food is being placed down in front of you, then the fun begins, trying to get food into your mouth, then identifying just what it is that’s on your plate, and finally whether you have missed any of it.

   It’s also a great chance to break social convention and eat using your fingers. Those same fingers are also the only way you can tell how much wine you’re pouring into your glass.

   The happy atmosphere in the dining room also made the night memorable. You can’t really avoid talking to the person next to you at the long tables and guessing what the dishes are certainly provides adequate fuel for the conversations.

   All will be revealed at the end of the meal when you are led back out into the lit bar. Not only do you finally get to see what you’ve just been eating but also who you’ve been talking to for the last 90 minutes.

25. What does the underlined word “intriguing.” in the first paragraph mean?

A. Terrible.    B. Interesting.    C. Expensive.    D. New.

26. According to the text, “Dans le Noir” __________.

A. is far from London’s financial district

B. has its first branch opened in Britain

C. is very popular among blind customers

D. has a dining room which can seat up to 60 people

27. We know from the text that the customers in “Dans le Noir” _________.

A. are forbidden to eat with their fingers

B. can talk to the strangers at table

C. will look at the menu in a dark bar

D. can take their mobile phones into the dining room

28. What’s the main purpose of the text?

A. To help blind people find a job in restaurants.

B. To show how to open a restaurant with a new idea.

C. To show how to enjoy the time in a dark restaurant.

D. To introduce and attract customers to “Dans le Noir”.

C

Which tablet computer should YOU be buying: They are this year’s must have ... and there’s a style to suit everyone.

Best for young children

LeapPad Explorer 2, £68

Aimed at children between three and nine (though a nine-year -old might find it a little simple), it comes in pink or blue and with five built-in education games (you can buy more). Besides, the LeapPad does not allow access to the internet — so it is impossible for your child to stumble across anything inappropriate.

Pros: The education games are well- designed, the built-in video camera is a fun way to play at being a film director.

Cons: Some of the games are shockingly expensive. And the power adaptor is not included.

Best for teenagers

iPad 4th generation, £399-£659

The iPad is still the market leader, and for good reason. If the teenager in your house enjoys playing computer games, the latest offering from Apple is the one to choose.

Pros: No other tablet can compete with the near one million ‘apps’ (the name Apple created for specially-designed downloadable programs) available for the iPad. Simple to use, even for those who usually struggle with technology.

Cons: Considerably more expensive than most competitors. 

 

Best for working parents

Microsoft Surface, £399-£559

Tablets are brilliant for leisure — but what if you want to do a bit of work? No tablet can yet compete with a full-size laptop computer, but this is the only tablet that allows you to use Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint (they are all pre-installed and included in the price) and you can buy a pretty lovely mini-keyboard for typing letters and emails, which also doubles up as the cover.

Pros: The Surface is good for watching movies — a bonus when stuck in the airport on a business trip — and surfing the internet.

Cons: The keyboard is an expensive add-on — costing up to £109. It might be cheaper to buy a laptop (though a tablet is much smaller and lighter).

Best for bookworms

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, £109

Nearly all tablets let you download books. It's a great way to take a mountainous pile of hardbacks on holiday without stuffing your suitcase. 

But most tablets have a shiny screen — which can be very distracting (分心) when you're trying to read. The Paperwhite is different: its matt screen and crisp black lettering imitate the look of words on paper brilliantly. And yet you can still read the words in the dark.

Pros: Easy on the eye, excellent battery life, 180,000 free books (if you subscribe to the Amazon Prime customer loyalty service) plus hundreds of thousands more to buy.

Cons: No TV, films, games, internet or camera. 

 

29. The underlined phrase “stumble across” most probably means “_________”.

A. quarrel with   B. compare with     C. meet with D. compete with

30. Which of the following about Surface is TRUE?

A. The keyboard can serve as a cover.       B. You have to pay extra to install Microsoft Word.

C. The keyboard  will not add to the cost.     D. You cannot watch movies or surf the internet with it.

31. If you are a game lover, which tablet is least likely to be your choice?

A. LeapPad Explorer 2.    B. iPad 4th generation.

C. Microsoft Surface.     D. Amazon Kindle Paperwhite.

D

    These days, it seems that almost all of us are too serious. My older daughter often says to me, “Daddy, you’ve got that serious look again.” Even those of us who are committed to non-seriousness are probably too serious. People are frustrated and anxious about almost everything—being five minutes late, witnessing someone look at us wrong or say the wrong thing, paying bills, waiting in line, overcooking a meal, making an honest mistake -- you name it, and we all lose perspective(理性判断)over it.

The root of being anxious is our unwillingness to accept life as being different, in any way, from our expectation. Very simply, we want things to be a certain way but they’re not a certain way. Life is simply as it is. Perhaps Benjamin Franklin said it best: “Our limited perspective, our hopes and fears become our measure of life, and when circumstances don’t fit our ideas, they become our difficulties.” We spend our lives wanting things, people, and events to be just as we want them to be—and when they’re not, we fight and we suffer.

The first step in recovering from over-seriousness is to admit that you have a problem. You have to want to change, to become more easygoing. You have to see that your own anxiety is largely of your own creation—it’s made up of the way you have set up your life and the way you react to it.

The next step is to understand the link between your expectations and your frustration level. Whenever you expect something to be a certain way and it isn’t, you’re upset and you suffer. On the other hand, when you let go of your expectations, when you accept life as it is, you’re free.

A good exercise is to try to approach a single day without expectation. Don’t expect people to be friendly. When they’re not, you won’t be surprised or bothered; if they are, you’ll be delighted. Don’t expect your day to be problem-free. Instead, as problems come up, say to yourself, “Ah, another barrier to overcome.” As you approach your day in this manner you’ll notice how elegant life can be. Rather than fighting against life, you’ll be dancing with it. Pretty soon, with practice, you’ll lighten up your entire life. And when you lighten up, life is a lot more fun.

32. Why are people easily frustrated and anxious these days?

A. Because their children are disappointing.

B. Because they have to look serious in public.

C. Because life is becoming a greater burden.

D. Because people have lost sensible judgment.

33. According to Benjamin Franklin, what was the cause of over-seriousness?

A. The fact that people’s perspective, hopes and fears are limited.

B. The fact that people can’t change life itself.

C. The fact that things fail to meet people’s expectations.

D. The fact that circumstances turn out to be difficult.

34. In what pattern is this article developed?

A. Phenomenon, causes and solutions. B. Problems, explanation and conclusion.

C. Examples, causes and arguments. D. Phenomenon, analysis and conclusion.

35. What might be the best title for the passage?

A. People seem to be too serious    

B. Life is simply as it is

C. Hopes can turn into difficulties  

    D. A good exercise removes over-seriousness

 

第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

E

Most of us lead unhealthy lives; we spend far too much sitting down. If in addition we are careless about our diets, our bodies soon become loose and fatty and our systems slow moving.  

    36     I am thinking of such features of modern city life as pollution, noise, rushed meals and stress. But keeping fit is a way to reduce the effects of these evils. The usual suggestion to a person who is looking for a way to keep fit is to take up some sport or other. While it is true that every weekend you will find people playing football and hockey in the local park, they are outnumbered a hundred to one by the people who are simply watching them.

 For those who do not particularly enjoy competitive sports—    37    —there are such separate activities as cycling, walking, jogging and swimming. What often happens though is that you do them in such a leisurely way, so slowly, that it is doubtful if you are doing yourself much good, except for the fact that you have at least managed to get up out of your armchair.

Even after you have found a way for keeping in shape, through sport or gymnastics,     38    , because, according to the experts, you must also master the art of complete mental and physical relaxation(放松).      39     Yoga, as practiced in the West, is the most widely known and popular of the systems for achieving the necessary state of relaxation. It seems ironical (讽刺性的), though, that as our lives have improved in a material sense we have found it increasingly necessary to go back to forms of activity—    40    —which were the natural way of life of our forefathers.

A. be active and practise Yoga

B. There are some aspects of our unhealthy lives that we cannot avoid.

C. and it is especially difficult to do so if you are not good at them

D. physical effort on the one hand and relaxation on the other

E. they spent most of the time out of doors

F. you are still only half way to good health

G. It has to do with deep breathing, emptying your mind of all thoughts, meditation, and so on.

 

第三部分:英语知识运用

第一节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

When I began teaching in a university, I was invited to a workshop for new professors. I had   41   a long time learning what to teach, but not learning how to   42   it. Somehow, my university seemed to hope a weekend spent with experienced professors would   43   for that. My colleagues presented well-crafted lectures about the tools they used. I enjoyed their   44  , but do not remember a thing they said.

At a coffee break during the lectures, finding myself   45  , I turned to a mathematics professor standing nearby. I asked him what his favorite teaching   46   was. “A cup of coffee.” he said, “I talk too much and too fast in the classroom. Students sometimes have trouble   47   me. So when I’ve said    48   that I want my students to think about, I would   49   and take a sip of coffee. It lets what I’ve just said sink in.”

When we were called to the next talk, he put down his cup and I   50   there was not a trace of coffee in it. “My doctor   51   me to stop drinking coffee,” he explained. “So I have always used a(n)    52   cup.” I decided to try his   53   in my class.

I took a cup of coffee with me to my next class. It helped. My pauses, as I   54   the coffee, not only gave my students   55   to think about what I had said, but gave me time to think about what I was going to say next. I began to use my   56   to look around the room to see how my students were reacting to what I had just said. When I saw their   57   wander, I tried to bring them back. When I saw them puzzled over some concept that I thought I had   58  , I gave another example. My   59    became less organized and less brilliant, but my students seemed to   60   me better.

    41. A. wasted  B. cost C. killed D. spent

42. A. manage   B. copy C. teach        D. consider

43. A. put up   B. build up C. take up     D. make up

44. A. experiences   B. plans C. presentations D. designs

45. A. alone   B. absent C. lonely     D. awkward

46. A. method    B. material C. tool        D. skill

47. A. following   B. grasping C. seizing        D. imitating

48. A. everything   B. something C. nothing        D. anything

49. A. stop    B. pretend C. prevent      D. delay

50. A. observed   B. noticed C. glared       D. proved

51. A. suggested   B. protected C. allowed     D. advised

52. A. empty   B. clear C. large       D. false

53. A. discovery   B. invention C. magic         D. idea

54. A. dropped   B. made C. drank       D. changed

55. A. space   B. time C. room      D. schedule

56. A. chances   B. pauses C. situations    D. conditions

57. A. attention   B. focus C. energy       D. devotion

58. A. translated   B. expected C. explained      D. solved

59. A. speeches   B. memories C. documents   D. lectures

60. A. realize B. understand C. admit       D. admire

第二节 语法填空 (共10个小题,每小题1分,满分10分)

Last night was the last game for my eight-year-old son’s soccer team. It was the final quarter. The score was two __61__ one, my son’s team in the lead. Parents surrounded the playground, offering encouragement.

With less than ten __62__ (remain) seconds, the ball suddenly rolled in front of my son’s teammate, Mickey O’ Donnel. With shouts of “Kick it!” echoing across the playground, Mickey turned around and gave   63   everything he had. All around me the crowd erupted (沸腾). O’ Donnel had scored!

Then there was   64   (silent). Mickey had scored all right,   65   in the wrong goal, ending the game in a tie. For a moment there was a total hush. You see, Mickey has Down Syndrome(综合症)and for him there is   66   such thing as a wrong goal. All goals were celebrated by a joyous hug from Mickey. He had even been known to hug the opposing players when they scored.

The silence was finally broken when Mickey, his face filled with joy, hugged my son __67__ (tight) and shouted, “I scored! I scored. Everybody won! Everybody won!” For a moment I held my breath, not sure how my son __68__ (react). I need not have worried. I watched, through tears, as my son threw up his hand in the classic high-five salute and started chanting, “Way to go Mickey!” Within moments both teams surrounded Mickey, joining in the chant and congratulating him on his goal.

  69   (late) that night, when my daughter asked   70   had won, I smiled as I replied, “It was a tie. Everybody won.”

 

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文, 请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处错误, 每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(/\), 并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线, 并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1、每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2、只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

 

More than one and half million kids live in homes without the Internet. The UK government want to do something to change this. It says it was important for kids to learn online skills in order to keep up to the modern world. Have the Internet can also help people save money, let them to search for bargains and pay bills online. So they’re setting up specially online centers. People don’t have the web at home can get online in those centers. As well as saving money, the Internet is now one of the main way that people communicate with each other. The government also believes that people who don’t have the Internet can get leaving behind their friends who do.

 

第二节:书面表达 (满分 25分)

假如你是李华。你的两位朋友Tom与Peter几天前发生了争吵。8月28日是Peter生日, Tom想送他一个礼物来缓和关系, 他特地发来邮件寻求你的建议。请你根据以下要点给Tom回一封邮件:信的内容包括:1. 推荐一个礼物;

2. 你的理由;3. 其他和解建议。注意:1. 词数100左右;2. 可适当增加细节, 以使行文连贯;3. 邮件的开头和结尾已给出, 但不计入总词数。

Dear Tom,

I’m  glad to hear that you are considering making up with Peter. ______________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________

 

_____________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

 

_____________________________________________________________________________________

 

                                                                    Yours truly,

                                                                      Li Hua


答案:

1—20  BBACB  CBACA  ABCAB  CCBAA

21-24 ACCB    25-28BDBD    29--31  CAD    32--35DCAA  36--40:BCFGD

41--45 DCDCA  46--50CABAB  51--55DADCB   56--60BACDB

61. to 62. remaining 63.it  64. silence 65. but 66. no 67. tightly 68. would react 69. Later 70. who  

改错:

1. half 前加a     2. want--wants     3. was –is       4.to--with   5. Have --Having

6.删them后面的to 7. specially--special 8. People 后加who  9. way --ways    10. leaving –left

 

参考范文:

 Dear Tom,

     I’m glad to hear that you are considering making up with Peter. If I were you, I would consider a bike as a birthday present for him.

     As far as I know, Peter is always in poor health so he can take more exercise by riding a bike to build up his body. In the meanwhile, you can often go outing by bike together, which is helpful to rebuild your friendship. Besides, taking a bike is an environmentally-friendly means of transport. It’s convenient for him to get around as well.

   Apart from giving him a gift, you can also adopt other means, such as travelling, seeing a movie, having dinner and going shopping. No matter what you do, being sincere is the most important. I really hope that we can be good friends forever.

 

       2018

(Text 1)

W: It’s going to be another warm day.

M:Of course. You know, I miss living somewhere that has four seasons.

W: Me, too. I especially miss those cool autumn mornings.

(Text 2)

W: Do you have any change for one dollar?

M:What do you want it for?

W: I need to pay for the parking fee.

M:I can just give you 4 quarters if that’ll help you.

(Text 3)

W: With all these new orders, we’re going to have to hire more production workers.

M:Are you sure, Mr Heath? We still have plenty of goods available.

W: Yes, but that won’t last forever, and we just can’t ask our workers to put in any

more overtime.

(Text 4)

M:Excuse me, ma’ma. Why don’t you sit down here?

W: No, thank you. I’m getting off at the next bus stop.

(Text 5)

M:Welcome back, madam. How did you find the drive? It’s a bit different from your

own car, isn’t it?

W: Well, I certainly liked the radio control. I always think I’m going to have an

accident every time I change stations in my car.

(Text 6)

M:Good morning, Hilton Hotel. Can I help you?

W: Good morning. I’d like to book a single room with a bath.

M:I’m afraid the single room has been booked out. How about the double room with a bath?

W: That’s ok. How much is the fee per night?

M:$70. When will you be arriving and leaving, sir?

W: From Monday, October 22nd to Friday, October 26th, for 4 nights.

(Text 7)

M:Jack, our teacher let me ask you which circus tickets you’ve decided to buy.

W: Well. There wasn’t much choice of them. There weren’t enough of the £12.50 seats

for all of us, which is what I was planning to buy. And although there were lots of seats at £15.50, these were only on weekday afternoons, which I know wasn’t

suitable for us. So I’m afraid I’ve gone for the ones at £17.50. I know it’s more

than we wanted to pay, but at least we won’t be right at the back.

W: OK.

(Text 8)

W: How did you get interested in country music?

M: Well, when my friend and I first got our record player, we started to buy all kinds of records—jazz, country music and rock. Soon I found that I was buying more

country music records than any other kind.

M:How did you start working for the radio station?

W: I thought there should be a radio program of country songs, so I went to CBC and suggested it. That was how we started the program called Golden Country Time.

M:Then you were asked to write articles to explain the background of those songs.

W: Yes, but soon I got tired of running to the library to find information, so I started

buying country song books and building my own library.

(Text 9)

M:I’m tired. I went to sleep late last night.

W: Did you work overtime again?

M:No. I watched that new reality TV show till midnight.

W: Oh, you didn’t watch that rubbish, did you? It’s just a group of people, stuck in a

house, doing nothing! I have to admit it was attractive when it was new. But it’s

strange to think people are still watching the same shows nowadays. It seems to me

that those shows just feed the big desire everyone seems to have for media attention. Everyone wants to be a star these days.

M:But there are still some people signing up for those shows just to experience a

different life or to earn some money.

W: Anyway, I have no interest in these nobodies whose idea of fame is that they were

on a reality TV show. I admire people with real talent who’ve actually earned their

fame because they are different from the rest of us.

M:Hmm, I don’t think so on that way. Maybe we need to rethink what fame is!

(Text 10)

W: Welcome to the Ipswich Arts Festival. This recording will help you find your way

around this year’s festival, the twentieth we’ve held here in Trafalgar Park. If you lookat your map, you will see the entrance to the festival on Trafalgar Road. Directly

opposite the entrance, you’ll see a bridge, and to the left of this you’ll find this year’sSculpture Garden. It’s a lovely setting to admire the skill of the sculptures who have

carved their artwork out of both wood and stone. If you follow the path through the middle of the park, you’ll reach the Catering Village, where you can buy food and

drinks. Just past there is an area between the Catering Village and the toilets where

you’ll find an exhibition of paintings all done by local artists. If you then go back

past the Catering Village, on the left is this year’s Craft Market. This is always a

popular area of the festival, where you can admire the handwork of our talented

exhibitors.

As always, we have live bands playing on stage throughout the festival. The stage is

just to the right of the entrance. As well as live music, we also add a special section for literature lovers this year. You’ll be able to listen to a variety of authors reading

from their latest works. You can also enjoy a new section that our talented group of

actors will performing modern plays.

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