Next Thursday, 26.05, 7-9PM, Vale and Downland Museum
Please join us for our briefing meeting before the Wantage Summer Festival kicks off. We are a very small team of volunteers doing our best to work on the Festival in our free time so our availability is limited – we hope that this way we can all meet and work out the remaining details of the Festival together.
Everyone is welcome: organisers, venue representatives, businesses, volunteers, digital and other journalists, members of the public who just wish to learn more.
Please join us next Thursday for the meeting at 7PM followed by a drink at the King Alfred’s Head at 9PM.
We are fundraising with Waitrose – please support us!
You might have seen us in the title of the middle box of green tokens at Wantage Waitrose.
We are extremely happy that our fundraising application was approved and we are spending all May collecting little green tokens – please, if you are shopping or grabbing your morning coffee there, do leave your green tockens in our box.
This will help us help you all run your amazing events!
Thank you to Waitrose and to all of you who already supported us this way!
Keep them coming!
Meet us at Vale & Downland Museum – 2016 Festival Programme arrived
Come and talk to us each Saturday from 9.30am to 1pm at the Vale and Downland Museum, grab your copy of our printed programme, book online tickets and share your feedback. (Bit thank you to Vale & Downland Museum for allowing us to use their space.)
We are very pleased to let you know that our printed Programmes are now available in few central locations in Wantage and Grove. You can find them at the Vale & Downland Museum, the Beacon, Wantage Library and in many more central locations. In the next two weeks we will be distributing them to all neighbouring villages and towns too. Please let us know if you would like to have a few copies and share with your friends – we have 5,000 of them!
We would like to use this opportunity to thank the Oxfordshire Science Festival for promoting our website in their programme which is going to spread the word about us all around the shire.