Sadly, following government advice in these unprecedented times, the Festival committee have made the decision to cancel this year’s festival. We plan to be back in the spring of 2021.
We are pleased to announce that the Winchcombe Music & Arts Festival’s AGM is bring held in the White Hart at 7.30pm on Monday 9th March.
The AGM will provide an update on the Festival Committee’s activities and so will be a great opportunity for everyone in the town to understand what the committee is has been doing and is planning to do.
Everyone is welcome and we hope you can make it.
The Festival is over for another year. Many thanks to those who came to our events and made it such a success.
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If you would like to be more involved or have suggestions for next year’s Festival, please email us at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you next year.
If you saw Susy Firth at last year’s Festival you’ll be excited to hear that she’s back this year. Susy will be appearing once again with the Winchcombe Poets at the Encounter Church: Monday 20 May from 7.30pm.
Tickets for the 2019 Festival are selling fast. Book them online on this website or from the Tourist INformation Centre in Winchcombe.
This year there is a special offer with Sudeley Castle. You will get reduced entry during the week of the Festival on production of a Festival ticket – £12.50 for adults, and £4.50 for children. (One reduction per ticket).
We were saddened to hear that Malcolm Ranieri FRPS passed away in October. We were honoured that Malcolm led the Steam Railway photography workshop during our 2018 Festival and appreciated his amazing passion and knowledge from planning it right through to the very last moment of the day itself. We extend our sincere condolences to his family.
Planning for the 2019 Festival has already started.
We are hosting an Open Evening at the White Hart at 7pm on Monday 12th November. At this informal event, we’d be happy to buy you a drink in exchange for your ideas for the 2019 Festival. It’s also an opportunity to find out more about getting involved – either in the build up or helping during the Festival itself, which will be held from Monday 20th May to Monday 27th May.
If you can’t make it to the meeting but you have ideas or want to become involved in the Festival, email us at “firstname.lastname@example.org”. Your opinions are valuable and will help to shape next year’s Festival.
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