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Welcome to the Winchcombe Festival of Music and Arts, celebrating the best local bands, groups, artists, poets and writers.

The historic stone built town of Winchcombe stands near the foot of the northern Cotswold hills. Traditional limestone houses with steep gables and stone slate roofs still line its main streets as the town’s highways and byways recall the tramp of pilgrims, soldiers, nobles and kings. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty visitors to the town can enjoy the beautiful surroundings and the unique attractions of nearby Sudeley Castle, the preserved steam railway line and the already famous walking trails.

Today it is a living and working community of many interests and talents. The creative energy in the town has encouraged a lively range of communal and social activities led by the vibrant Winchcombe Festival of Music and Arts.

 


 

Street Fair

Bookings are invited from stallholders for the Street Fair which will take place on Monday 30th May 2016.  Please contact us on stalls.wfma@gmail.com.

 


The 2016 Winchcombe Festival of Music and Arts will take place between 23rd and 30th May 2016.  The programme for the 2016 music festival is now on-line.  Full details can be found hereONLINE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE!  There is also a £1 per ticket discount available for any tickets bought before 30 April 2016.

There are many ways to get involved with varying levels of time commitment to suit your  preferences. If you would like to volunteer to assist with the running of Festival please email us on enquiries.wfma@gmail.com.  

 


 

Thank you to everybody who made the 2015 Winchcombe Festival such a great success!  We would love to hear of your experiences and to receive your feedback on the Festival.  We would also like to receive any comments you have regarding potential improvements to future festivals. Please email us on enquiries.wfma@gmail.com.

 


 

Visit our blog here for weekly updates on the progress of the 2016 festival

 

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