They may not be the Andes, but Bath’s hills are alive to the braying of llamas!
Now they will appear at the Village Green on Sunday 30th April at 3pm
Reared by Solsbury Hill sheep farmer Pete Hill, he diversified into llamas for their soft and lovely wool. Seen at the Swainswick Fete on a number of occasions, now Pete will parade them through Larkhall finishing at the New Oriel Hall Car Park. Come and pet these lovely beasts!
The Festival is nearly here – just a few days to go.
Show you love Larkhall by voulntering for one of you fun events.
Help is needed to:
setup and clear away after events
sit at the information desk – training provided!
steward on Sunday 30th April for the Boxcar Derby and events on the Village Green.
All fun and it will help the Festival no end.
Please email Lesley at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited to announce that this years Speakeasy will feature two fabulous guests – Liv Torc and Jem Roberts. Open mic spots are available on the night (no actual mic though) so come along to share a plentiful poem, short story, tall tale or petit paragraph! 8:00 doors for 8:30 start. Come down to the Bladud’s Head for the best free night of the festival (probably)
Do you have a garden you are proud of and would like others to see? Larkhall Festival are looking for new gardens for the Garden Trail, which takes place on Bank Holiday Monday 1st May. Contact Jonathan Holt via email@example.com. He’ll be delighted to hear from you.
Tickets for the fish and chip quiz on Saturday 11th February have sold out! We have the names of everyone who brought a ticket online (or via Cloud 9) and we’ll tick you off the list when you arrive at New Oriel Hall.
As a bonus Localgiving have match funded the first 21 donations made via our site which adds an extra £250 to this years Festival fund.
The bar will be open from 7 pm and we look forward to seeing you there for what should be a great evening.