Worstead Festival is not taking place in 2020
Worstead Festival will no longer be taking place in 2020 due to the current COVID-19 situation.
The health and wellbeing of our visitors, stallholders, volunteers and our community as a whole is our highest priority. After a great deal of thought, and with a lot of sadness, the Trustees have decided to postpone.
Please rest assured we will be back next year! Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you to the festival 24th & 25th July, 2021
Back to normal in 2021!
Worstead Festival 2021 will be a packed weekend of entertainment for all the family!
Worstead Festival is a celebration of rural life, farming, and the crafts, produce and heritage of Worstead and North Norfolk. The festival was founded in 1965 to raise money to save the village church which was falling into disrepair. The festival is still run entirely by volunteers, and all profits raised are donated to local charitable causes through the Worstead Village Festival Charity grant fund.
Alongside stalls, street food, music and bars, the festival showcases farming and rural attractions, lots of fun activities for children, craft stalls, chef demos, main arena displays, vintage farming and military vehicles, and lots lots more.
Friday – Road Run & Barbecue – 7pm to 9pm
Saturday – 10am to 6pm
Sunday – 10am to 6pm
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Some highlights of the Worstead Festival 2019:
- Demonstrations from top local chefs
- Food & drink from local producers
- Made in Worstead craft fair
- Heavy horses and vintage farm machinery
- Music stage
- Dog show and arena entertainment
- Grown in Norfolk produce show
- Art gallery
- Flower show in St Mary’s Worstead
- Pimms & Prosecco Bar
- …and much much more!
Please explore the website to find out more!