Ringing in the Festival

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The charismatic campanologists of St James Church, our talented bell ringers, will ring in the Festival on Thursday 21st at 6.45pm with a Quarter Peal.

A full peal takes all of 3 Hours! This 45 minute tour de force will be a fine opener to the five days of excellent music to suit all tastes and the excellent Art Exhibition that opens on the 23rd May in the Methodist Hall.

Programmes with full detail of each moment of the Festival are available all over the village. And all our sponsors therein are featured, to whom we give our most deep felt thanks.

A great time. And all totally free to all comers.

Ralph Warburton Festival & Arts Committee member

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