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Home News Queen's Jubilee community festival 2022

Queen's Jubilee community festival 2022

Home News Queen's Jubilee community festival 2022

South Whitehaven Youth Partnership has a core group of young people who are leading the development of a community festival to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.

Thursday 2 June 11.30 – 3.30pm

The Welfare Playground, High Road, Kells, Whitehaven

Free Entry

Young people and members of the community are working in partnership with Rosehill to create a free community cultural festival to celebrate the Queen’s jubilee which will bring three communities together - Kells, Woodhouse, and Greenbank. The event will take place on the large sports field in Kells in the heart of the community which is used by all locals and adjacent to a children's play area.

Through the collaboration with Rosehill, we aim to programme a high-quality cultural festival that will celebrate the Queen's Jubilee and provide free and accessible arts and culture for communities across the area.

The day will include performances, music, inflatables, sports activities, arts and crafts, a tombola, and much more. As part of the day, we are delighted to be presenting the fantastic SEED – which is a highly visual and technically ambitious poetic, anarchic & inspiring hitch-hike on the journey from small Acorns to great Oak Trees presented by Pif-Paf.

There will also be a programme of local up-and-coming music talent courtesy of oh my days promotions and a specially commissioned jubilee arts and crafts activity led by Morgan Murray Arts.

Pif-Paf’s SEED 2017 on Vimeo

All activities are free and family-friendly.

Children under eight must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

For more information about the day please contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or phone 01946 458438

For information about the performances contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The festival has been funded by Arts Council England Let’s Create Jubilee Fund.


 
We are grateful to the following organisations for capital funding:
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