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The festival will open on Saturday 7th July 2018 with a colourful parade in the high street followed by a ‘fun for all’ event on Hythe Green. In 2018, the event on the green will be bigger than ever before, spanning 2 days.  There will be music, dancing, crafts, vehicles both new and vintage on display. In addition there will be a variety of excellent food and drink for those attending.  The wonderful Canal Bank Concert will again take place on Saturday 14th July. There will be an Art Trail and a Heritage trail, in line with our new focus on Arts and Heritage for this and future festivals

Get involved!

Be a Festival supporter

Give a donation of £25 or more to the festival.  Your name (if you give permission), or company name will be listed in our programme and on our website.

Be a Key Sponsor

Give a donation of £500 or more.  We would add your logo and link to your website or facebook pages, to our website (active for 2 years) and on our facebook page.  Your logo and/or name would be displayed in our programme, and your support would be publicised at our main events.   Please contact our sponsorship secretary at the details below, to discuss how we can work together further.

If you would like to have a pitch at one or more of the events, for goods, services, food or drink, the costs are as follows:-

Pitch size Price
Small – 2m x 2m £25 per day
Medium – 4m x 4m £50 per day
Larger sizes By negotiation
All Food Stalls £100 (includes a mention in the brochure)
Local registered charities FREE

In addition, commercial sellers will be expected to pay 10% commission on sales.

If you would like to sponsor a specific event, you will be mentioned in the brochure alongside the event information, and your business will be prominently advertised at the event featuring as a major sponsor on our website for 24 months.

If you would like to sponsor the festival please get in touch.

Click here to contact Stephanie Swift-Doble our Sponsorship Organiser

or alternatively

Click here to contact John Keesing our Festival Chairman