WELCOME TO BAMFORD FESTIVAL 2004
A week of -
• exhibitions and displays of creative work by local people, much of it produced
over the last year as part of the Bamford Living Memory project
• guided walks and workshops with artists and rangers, exploring aspects of the
local landscape and environment - the result of collaboration between Bamford
Community Arts and Crafts (BCAC), the National Trust, Peak District National
Park, Severn Trent Water Ltd. and the Working Woodlands Trust
• professional drama, storytelling, music...
Donations - There’s no set charge for 20 of the week’s 26 events, but people taking
part are invited to make a voluntary donation. Sponsors and funders have been very
encouraging, but income is still needed to cover Festival costs. Every contribution
Reservations and tickets - For events where there is limited capacity, places can
be reserved in advance on the ’phone number given in the programme details.
Where there’s an entry charge for an event, concessionary tickets are for over-60s,
unemployed people, and full-time students; children’s tickets are for those aged 12
yrs. or under. Tickets will be sold at the door, but reservations can be made in
advance on 01433.651460 from 10.00am on Monday September 27th.
Organisers - Overall organisation of the Festival is by Bamford Community Arts and
Crafts. Initials in brackets show particular events organised and led by the National
Trust (NT), or by the Peak District Park Authority (PDNPA) and Severn Trent Water
Ltd (STW) through the National Park Ranger Service, or by the Working Woodlands
Festival visitors may park their cars in the UPPER car park of The Anglers Rest, by
kind permission of Paul and Julie. Indoor events take place in Bamford venues,
unless otherwise shown.
SATURDAY October 2nd
10.30am – 4.30pm: Our Village and Valley - art exhibition and demonstrations
Art and craft work by members of Bamford Art Group and other people living in the