Our next full Festival will take place in 2025 but do come back soon to read news of our 'interim' concerts in St Mary's Church
Will there be plenty of accessible parking?
Yes there is always ample parking for everyone. Drivers who require a disabled space may park in the Church car park which will enable you to be as close as possible to St Mary’s Church. All other concert-goers will be directed by marshals to available spaces.
What facilities will there be?
We always provide Portaloos. You may like to bring a torch for dark evenings. Festival volunteers will be delighted to help with tickets, answer any questions and help in any way to make sure you have a good time.
Will there be food and drink?
We provide refreshments during the interval on Church nights, all included in the ticket price and usually there is hot food and drinks to purchase on marquee nights. Donations for these are always welcome.
What time do the concerts start?
During the 2023 Festival, all concerts started at 7.30 but check on the 2025 programme to make sure. The start time should also be shown on your ticket.
What should we bring?
You may like to bring warm clothes as the evenings can sometimes become chilly. You may like to bring a cushion too as the Church pews can feel hard. Don’t forget umbrellas if it should be wet and of course a torch!