Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Heather Hunter - 29th July 2020 7:00am
Following last year's very successful launch, The Feast Festival is back — with the theme EMERGING!
The organisers have decided to run a smaller responsible festival, so watch out for our socially distanced events. There will be a Parade of Emerging Giants, outdoor music and street food.
For those of you that are wondering what the Feast Festival is all about. Our story can be found here
We are starting with online Competitions and an Exhibition of Visual art, and more will emerge.
Photographic and Video Competition
You are invited to harness your creativity and show us a window into your world as the 'new normal' emerges.
50-word short story
Let your mind run free for 50 words. Theme? "Emerging".
Online exhibition of Visual Arts
Have you been working quietly at home during lockdown? Do let us see your work.
Follow the Facebook page to keep updated. There will be new news emerging so keep reading here on Haddenham.net and listening to Red Kite Radio, so you don't miss a thing. You can also follow the Festival on Twitter and Instagram.
29 July 2020
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