Letchworth Festival has something for everyone!

The Festival is an opportunity for Letchworth's many clubs and organisations to demonstrate their talents.

Art Children's Art Competition

The Letchworth Festival Children's Art Competition is an event for children aged 4 to 11 years. Letchworth children's groups and schools and any children living in Letchworth are invited to take part.

This year's theme is about reducing plastic in our environment.

Art

The entries were on public display in The Community Museum and other locations in Letchworth Town Centre during the Festival fortnight, as well as here on the Festival website.

A panel of judges reviewed all entries, and there was a public vote here on the Festival website.

Voting closed at midnight on Friday 29 June, and prize winners were announced at Park Live on Sunday 1 July. Click the following links to see the prize winners in each age group.

Age 4-6 years | Age 7-8 years | Age 9-11 years

Team Work Seeking volunteers

Letchworth Festival is organised by volunteers. We need new volunteers each year to take over from those that inevitably step down from time to time.

As well as general helpers, we're looking for a few people who could coordinate an aspect of the festival, for example the opening parade, or a fun-day, or a day of dance. No experience necessary, and do as much or as little as you want.

If you would like to help out this year then please get in touch or come along to the next meeting.

Some Photos from the Festival...

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Click here to see the 2017 Festival photo gallery.

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Upload your photos of Letchworth Festival events and we'll feature as many as we can here on the website.

Click here to upload your photos.

feedbackWhat do you think of the Festival?

Have you been to a Letchworth Festival event? If so, we'd like to know what you thought.
We want to make the Festival better every year. Help us by giving your feedback and suggestions.

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