2020 is upon us and the team are well underway with the planning of this year’s festival. Lots of new ideas being talked about in hushed voices and of course the old favourites too. For now though put 1-3 May in the diaries and watch this space!


Latest news


That’s right – all quiz tickets have now been sold. Thank you so much to everyone who rushed to ensure they would be taking part in this year’s Fish ‘n Chip quiz fundraiser and we look forward to seeing you all in a week – may the best egghead win!

Co-op cheque to Larkhall Festival

Thank you Co-op!

A massive thank you to all of our supporters who nominated Larkhall Festival as your community cause when shopping at Co-op. Thanks to you we presented with a very handsome cheque for £3,339.29. You’re all amazing!


Festival History

In November 2007 a small group of strangers came together in the back room of the Rose & Crown with an idea to put on a community festival. After 18 months of talking, toiling, cajoling, and occasional bursts of inspiration, the first Larkhall Festival took place over the May Bank Holiday weekend 2009. Something must have worked because the festival has taken place every year since then!

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The Soapbox Derby

We are pleased to announce that the Soapbox Derby will be taking place once again this year with race day confirmed as Sunday 3th May.

Stay up to date with all the latest news here, and on the Soapbox Derby’s dedicated Facebook page.


Get involved

A list of areas we need volunteers for

Join Us

Larkhall Festival is planned and delivered by local volunteers, if you’d like to join the organising committee or wish to offer help in any other way please get in touch: getinvolved@larkhall-festival.org.uk