Coronavirus Statement

Hello All We can now confirm that due to the on-going pandemic, our annual festival has been re-scheduled to week commencing Monday 21 September 2020 to Friday 25 September 2020, The Emmanuel Church, Huddersfield Road, Barnsley S75 1DT. It is intended that the entries & timetable will remain the same. The adjudicators have been very sympathetic towards our festival and are keen to ensure we can go ahead. Obviously this is entirely in the hands of the Coronavirus and any restraints still imposed. On this we will keep in touch with any changes as they occur. If the new dates prove difficult for you or you will be unable to attend please get in touch and we will do all we can to help. In the meantime, please keep up the good work with your practice as much as possible and keep safe. Thank you for understanding. See you all fit and healthy in September.

Alison Hartley
Festival Chairman

WE HAVE NOW REACHED THE CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES TO THE 2020 FESTIVAL - THEREFORE NO MORE APPLICANTIONS WILL BE PROCESSED. THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE ENTERED AND WE WILL BE IN TOUCH VERY SOON

CORONAVIRUS STATEMENT

March 10th, 2020|0 Comments

Dear All Hello All We can now confirm that due to the on-going pandemic, our annual festival has been re-scheduled to week commencing Monday 21 September 2020 to Friday 25 September 2020, The Emmanuel Church, [...]

Application Closing Date

January 6th, 2020|0 Comments

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A very big thank you to the Co-op

January 5th, 2020|0 Comments

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“We have many happy memories of the festival to treasure, and have made friends with people from different parts of the country. Over the years, our talents were encouraged and allowed to flourish.”
The Torn family, from Barnby on the Marsh