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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!

The initial vision was to create a community event that celebrated local talent and creativity with everything done by people who lived in Larkhall or had some other connection with the area. We want each festival to offer something for everyone. In addition we strongly believed that the festival should be not for profit and, wherever possible, free.

The festival is planned and delivered by a hard working voluntary committee supported by a number of activity organisers and helpers, all of whom do it for free. In addition, a range of local venues and businesses contribute to the success of the event each year. They support us, so please support them.

The Larkhall Festival is run by the local community for the local community.  Everyone does what they can.

You could be part of it.

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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  fill out the form below or get in touch at:

getinvolved@larkhall-festival.org.uk

About

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! The initial vision was to create a community event that celebrated local talent and creativity with everything done by people who lived in Larkhall or had some other connection with the area. We want each festival to offer something for everyone. In addition we strongly believed that the festival should be not for profit and, wherever possible, free. The festival is planned and delivered by a hard working voluntary committee supported by a number of activity organisers and helpers, all of whom do it for free. In addition, a range of local venues and businesses contribute to the success of the event each year. They support us, so please support them. The Larkhall Festival is run by the local community for the local community.  Everyone does what they can. You could be part of it.

Committee

Larkhall Festival 2020 committee

Phil Smith – Chair
Michael Beaver – Treasurer
Ali Taylor – Secretary
Ceri Morgan – Music
Chris Harvey – Schools & Community
Ollie Brightman – Social Marketeer
Dominique Coffait – Creative
Sheila Field – Choirs & Programme
Tamsin Cowls – Parade
Steph Hill – Village Green
Victoria Evitts – Digital

 You can contact all committee members via festival@larkhall-festival.org.uk. Please specify a named person if you want a reply from them and although we’re all volunteers we will always aim to get back to you within 48hrs.

Getting involved with the festival is a great way to give back and meet people in your community so if there’s any aspect you’d like to organise or help with please do let us know!

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  fill out the form below or get in touch at:

getinvolved@larkhall-festival.org.uk