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Camp King Festival

Yesterday the Monday Podcast visited the Camp King Festival – a market of possibilities!

The day started with an open-air church service, presented by Cornelia Synek (ev.), Rebecca MĂĽller (ev.) and Jan Klementowski (kath.) – accompanied by the brass band of the Bommersheim fire brigade.

Afterwards, the various stalls provided food, drink, and things for children to do such as sack races, balloon modelling and badge making.

We took a look around and tried out some of the activities ourselves. Listen to the podcast to find out more:

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A walk through Camp King

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2 Responses to “Camp King Festival”

  1. newstube.de Says:

    Camp King Fest in Oberursel

    Gestern fand das Camp King Fest in Oberursel statt. The Monday Podcast besuchte es und nach dem Open-Air-Gottesdienst probierte einige Angebote der örtlichen Einrichtungen aus. Mehr erfahren Sie im Podcast.

  2. John Batten Says:

    I really appreciate your podcasts from Camp King!! I enjoy hearing how the post has changed and become a thriving civilian community! I will always treasure my memories of being a soldier there and long for the ‘good old days’. I love hearing the children playing and having fun there, I am glad that people are still enjoying the place and it is good to realize that they are enjoying it even more than ever.

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