Burwell Festival 2019

(Last updated 18/05/2019
An opportunity for local artists, musicians, dancers, and entertainers to showcase their talent.
Most events will take place during the week leading up to the Burwell Carnival

Burwell Festival 8th- 15th June 2019 Come and Join us for a week of entertainment. (Click for Facebook Page)

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Festival Events

Art, Photography and Crafts Exhibition (On: Saturday June 8th)

Where: St. Mary's Church
On: Saturday June 8th
Starts: 2pm

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Family Festival Day at The Fox Public House (On: Sunday June 9th)

Where: The Fox Public House
On: Sunday June 9th
Starts: 2pm Ends: 8pm
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Tall Tales of Animals, Birds and Legendary Creatures (On: Monday June 10th)

Where: Burwell Library
On: Monday June 10th
Starts: 3.30pm

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CANCELLED - Newmarket Town Brass Band (On: Monday June 10th)

Where: Burwell Ex-Service Club
On: Monday June 10th
Starts: 7.0pm

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Tales of East Anglia (On: Tuesday June 11th)

Where: The Five Bells
On: Tuesday June 11th
Starts: 20:00

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Bake Off and Morris Dancers (On: Wednesday June 12th)

Where: The Fox Public House
On: Wednesday June 12th
Starts: 19:00

(Bring a cake you have baked by 7pm on Wednesday and enter our Bake Off or just come along to watch the live music, the fun of the Bake Off judging and Slackmagirdle Morris Dancers.)

Comedy and BBQ (On: Thursday June 13th)

Where: The Five Bells
On: Thursday June 13th
Starts: 8pm Ends: 11pm
(Reserve your place - call in at the Five Bells or email patkilbey@mail.com)

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(3 Comedians - 5 Bells - £5 per head)

Pre-Burwell Carnival Launch Party/Open Mic (On: Friday June 14th)

Where: Recreation Ground
On: Friday June 14th
Starts: 19.00

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