WELCOME TO THE 3RD
NETHER EDGE FESTIVAL!

Celebrate with us as the Lord Mayor officially opens the Festival on Saturday 16th at St Peter’s Hall Common Ground on Machon Bank Road! There will be games, music, tasty food and much more.

We are pleased to bring you another Festival full of events.
There is something for everyone with concerts, dance, food, bowls, art, literature, keep fit, whatever takes your fancy. All culminating in our family friendly ‘Party in the Park’ on Sunday 24th.

For the latest event information see our social media pages and website www.netheredgefestival.co.uk.

All the residents of Nether Edge are invited to come together and celebrate our neighbourhood.

Do join in!

EVENTS KEY

Arts & Crafts

Events run by or featuring local arts and craftspeople.

Community

Inclusive community events, suitable for all ages.

Talks

Learn about a range of interesting subjects.

Social

Fun events. Alcohol may be served at some events.

Music

See local musicians and some from further afield.

Drama

Experience a performance.

Literature

A mix of poetry, writing and reading events.

Sport

Try a new activity.

Please see individual listings for more details.

All Events
EVENTS THAT RUN ACROSS THE FESTIVAL
Friday 15th
Saturday 16th
Sunday 17th
Monday 18th
Tuesday 19th
Wednesday 20th
Thursday 21st
Friday 22nd
Saturday 23rd
Sunday 24th

ENJOY SOME PEACE AND TRANQUILLITY

During the Festival (and all September) enjoy a few moments of peace and tranquillity, a brief respite from the school run, some moments of calm for those waiting for a bus. There will be tea and coffee and someone to tell you about the church, or to listen to any concerns. We are an inclusive church with a strong commitment to interfaith activities, and everyone is welcome.

  • 11am to 3pm Monday-Friday
  • St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, S11 8YL
  • Everyone welcome

THE HEAVENLY COFFEE SHOP

  • 18th-21st September

A regular tea or coffee, fresh scone, clotted cream and strawberry jam, are available at a special Festival price of £2.50.

  • 10am to 2pm
  • The Salvation Army Church and Community Centre, 12 Psalter Lane, S11 8YN
  • For more information:
  • 0114 266 8127 or email sheffeld.citadel@salvationarmy.org.uk

KENWOOD HALL HOTEL AFTERNOON TEA SPECIALS

For the duration of the Festival Kenwood Hall are o ering Afternoon Teas with sandwiches, scones and cakes available at the special Festival price of £10 per person.

  • 11am to 4pm
  • Kenwood Hall Hotel, Kenwood Road, S7 1NQ
  • To book contact: 0114 258 3811
  • reception@kenwoodhall.co.uk
  • Pre-booking required

DISCOUNTED MASSAGE

Book a free consultation and assessment, and receive 20% off any treatments in the Festival week to explore how professional massage and manual therapy can help with pain and stress-related symptoms

  • 4 Priory Avenue, S7 1LT
  • To book contact: 07749 224262
  • www.therapyroomsheffield.co.uk
  • Pre-booking essential
  • Quote Nether Edge Festival

THE HISTORY BOOK

During the Festival, the Nether Edge History Group will take their ‘Memories Books’ to a number of the Festival events, to give individuals the opportunity of adding their memories of life in Nether Edge.


COMPLEMENTARY AND HOLISTIC HEALTH CARE

Throughout Festival week discounted appointments and taster sessions. Details of offers will be available nearer the time on Facebook.

  • The Stillpoint Practice
  • 25 Montgomery Road, Nether Edge, S7 1LN
  • Tel. 0114 258 6133
  • www.stillpointpractice.com

BREAK FREE FROM ECZEMA

Shahleena Raza is a quali ed homeopath specialising in eczema. She will give a short talk about how homeopathy can help alleviate your symptoms.

There will be free samples of her best-selling Eczema creams and high potency Omega 3 oils, along with other special Festival o ers. Come have a chat, try some testers and take home a goody bag!

  • Friday 15th
  • 12pm
  • SR Health, 559 Abbeydale Road, S7 1TA
  • To book contact: 0114 327 0210 or email info@srhealth.co.uk

YARNSTORMING

Nether Edge Yarnstormers are back for the Festival. You can knit, crochet or sew tree huggers, leaves, birds or animals to decorate local trees on the theme ‘Trees are Our Friends: We Love ‘em and Need ‘em’. Ideas and patterns can be found in baskets put in shops and cafes around the area, as well as on social media. Walking/ trail maps of the Yarnstorming will be available during the Festival in baskets in local shops and cafes.

  • Friday 15th
  • FREE
  • 2pm to 4pm
  • Want to help assemble and put up the Yarnstorming? Meet us at Shirley House, next to St. Andrews Psalter Lane Church, 31 Psalter Lane, S11 8YL.
  • More information: http://tinyurl.com/NEyarnstormFriday 16th September
  • Nether Edge Yarnstormers
  • NEYarnstorming@NEyarnstormers

ART TASTER SESSION

Spend an enjoyable afternoon creating an ink and wash animal drawing to take home.

Suitable for adults (16+), complete beginners and those with some experience. All materials provided although a small donation towards materials would be appreciated (£3).

  • Friday 15th
  • 2.30pm to 4.30pm
  • St Andrew’s Hall, St Andrew’s Rd, S11 9AL
  • To book contact: Anna Massey 07947 380078 annamassey38@gmail.com
  • www.annamasseyartist.com
  • annamasseyartist
  • Limited to 14 people so pre-booking recommended

BLACK FEATHERS

Americana, Folk and Acoustic Indie Rock.

Concert begins around 7.30pm so arrive early to secure a seat.

  • Friday 15th
  • Tickets £10 from Cafe #9 or www.wegottickets.com/event/408092
  • Cafe #9, Nether Edge Road, S7 1RU

FESTIVAL GRAND OPENING EVENT

FAMILY CARNIVAL DAY

DRUMMING • MUSIC • GAMES • FOOD
HULA HOOPING • HENNA • FACE PAINTING • AND LOTS MORE
FANCY DRESS ENCOURAGED!
 
An afternoon of colourful, carnival style fun to kick off the Nether Edge Festival – opened by none other than the Lord Mayor! Celebrating the diversity of our community with performances from our talented locals.
  • Saturday 16th
  • Free
  • 12pm to 4pm
  • Common Ground Community Centre, Empire Rd / Machon Bank, S7 1GR
  • For more information contact Jake Hurst at jakewhurst@gmail.com
 

TOUR OF MERLIN THEATRE

Go behind the scenes of Nether Edge’s much-loved Merlin Theatre.

  • Saturday 16th
  • FREE
  • 10.30am to 12.30pm
  • Merlin Theatre, Meadow Bank Rd, S11 9AH
  • If you’d like any further information about the Merlin and how to book it please email andi.stamp@rmt.org
  • No need to book

ART EXHIBITION

A local art exhibition at the Bowling Club. A chance to see some local art with a cup of coffee.

  • Saturday 16th
  • FREE
  • 11am to 4pm
  • Nether Edge Bowling Club, 8 Nether Edge Rd, S7 1RU

BREAK FREE FROM ECZEMA

A talk about how Homeopathy can help alleviate your symptoms by addressing the cause of them.

  • Saturday 16th
  • FREE, 12pm
  • See listing Friday 15th for full details.

ART EXHIBITION

A local art exhibition at the Bowling Club. A chance to see some local art with a cup of coffee.

  • Sunday 17th
  • FREE
  • 11am to 4pm
  • Nether Edge Bowling Club, 8 Nether Edge Rd, S7 1RU

BREAK FREE FROM ECZEMA

A talk about how Homeopathy can help alleviate your symptoms by addressing the cause of them.

  • Sunday 17th
  • FREE, 12pm
  • See listing Friday 15th for full details.

HISTORY TALKS

Five talks on di erent aspects of the history of Nether Edge from members of the Nether Edge History Group.

Planned topics include memories from a woman re-housed in Nether Edge during World War II; stories about former residents of Kenwood Park Rd; extracts from the group’s forthcoming history book.

During the interval, tea and cakes will be available from the hotel for a charge of £5 and Nether Edge History books will be on display for purchase. Kenwood House, George Wostenholm’s home, open for viewing from 5.30pm and drinks available from the hotel bar.

  • Sunday 17th
  • FREE
  • 6pm to 9pm
  • Kenwood Hall Hotel, Kenwood Rd, S7 1NQ
  • To book contact: Chris 0114 255 0805 chrisvenables@blueyonder.co.uk
  • Pre-booking advised

RAINBOW GIRLS

Three ladies who are songwriters, play many instruments, provide vocals and are Californian Natives! Foot stomping rock or slow acoustic. All concerts begin around 7pm so arrive early to secure a seat.

  • Sunday 17th
  • Tickets for all events are £10 from Cafe #9 or www.wegottickets.com/ event/408096
  • Cafe #9, Nether Edge Road, S7 1RU

CRAFT OPEN EVENING

We will be hosting a craft evening at Brantwood Specialist School, come along and try out what we have on offer.

We will provide light refreshments – tea, coffee, juices, biscuits. Hope to see you there.

  • Monday 18th
  • FREE
  • 4.30pm to 6.30pm
  • Brantwood Specialist School, 1 Kenwood Bank, S7 1NU
  • No need to book.
  • This is a family friendly event – all welcome.

COMMUNITY CURRY

This meal brings together all our communities to show that we live with one another in harmony and mutual respect.

Come and share food with your neighbours and make new contacts and friends.

  • Monday 18th
  • FREE but donations to the Cathedral Archer Project will be welcome.
  • 6pm onwards
  • Sharrow Community Forum,
  • Old Junior School, South View Road, S7 1DB

SOUNDS OF THE SPIRIT

An evening of beautiful chanting and recitation from four faith traditions, organised by the Shirley House Interfaith Centre.

Following last year’s well-received event, this year we shall be welcoming presentations from the Bahá’í, Hindu, Jewish and Sikh faiths.

Please bring a head covering and be prepared to remove shoes.

  • Monday 18th
  • FREE
  • 7.30pm onwards
  • St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, corner of Cherry Tree Road
  • For information, contact Revd Gareth Jones at garethjones11@gmail.com or on 0114 250 8251

FROM GARDEN TO COAST - JOURNEY IN BIRDS

A talk from RSPB Specialist Helen Ensor. Hotel bar and room available from 7pm. Option to purchase cake with tea or coffee for £5. Please order this in advance from the Kenwood.

  • Monday 18th
  • FREE
  • 7.30pm to 9pm
  • Kenwood Hall Hotel, Kenwood Rd S7 1NQ
  • Tel: 0114 250 5635
  • For more information contact: Jack Massey at priorymount@blueyonder.co.uk
  • No need to book

BOWLING AND CROQUET WITH AFTERNOON TEA

A chance to learn to play bowls or croquet. Bring a few friends along for a fun afternoon.

No experience necessary, just bring at shoes.

If you would like a fab afternoon tea in our lovely concert room you will need to book.

  • Tuesday 19th
  • £7.50 – Afternoon tea followed or preceded by croquet or bowls
  • £6 – Afternoon tea without an activity 1pm to 4pm
  • Nether Edge Bowling Club, 8 Nether Edge Rd, S7 1RU
  • To book call 07742 627839
  • Booking essential

KEEP FIT TASTERS

  • Tuesday 19th
  • Women only

Taster sessions at the award-winning One Nation Community Centre gym including boxercise, circuit training and weight loss.

  • Tuesday 19th
  • FREE
  • 5.15pm to 5.50pm
  • Starkholme Works, 7-9 Leyburn Road (next to Broadfield Park), S8 0XA
  • Boxing gloves are provided but appropriate footwear such as trainers should be worn by participants.
  • No need to book, just turn up

BOOK CLUB – A CHANCE TO MEET AUTHOR LYNFA MOSES

Calling all book clubs – The Festival’s chosen book is Demented Love by Lynfa Moses. Lynfa’s rst novel is a quirky/racy tale about a wife taking revenge on her philandering husband with hilarious consequences. It is available on Amazon or download. Come along armed with questions.]

  • Tuesday 19th
  • £2 entrance 7.30pm
  • Nether Edge Bowling Club, 8 Nether Edge Rd, S7 1RU
  • No need to book

MUSIC FOR AN AUTUMN EVENING

 
We are pleased to welcome to the Festival Ronald Birks, formerly of the Lindsay String Quartet and more recently with the Chilingirian String Quartet, and Peter Hill, pianist, writer, broadcaster and formerly Head of Music at Sheffield University. They will play a selection of music from the Baroque period up to the twentieth century including pieces by Jean-Marie Leclair, Mozart, Beethoven, Gershwin and Fritz Kreisler.
  • £8. Proceeds from the concert will go to Rethink, a mental health charity.
  • 7.30pm-9.30pm, the room will be available from 6.30pm and the hotel bar will be open.
  • Kenwood Hall Hotel, Kenwood Road, S7 1NQ
  • For more information contact Maggie Little 07917666340 or maggielit@sky.com
  • Book in advance, tickets available from Wickwire on Nether Edge Road.
 

YOGA TASTER SESSIONS

In these free yoga taster sessions we will explore a variety of yoga postures, relaxation, breathing and meditation practices. Suitable for all levels. All yoga equipment is provided. Please wear clothing that does not inhibit your movement.

  • Wednesday 20th
  • FREE
  • 9.30am to 10.30am (4 person limit)
  • at The Aum Room, 38 Machon Bank Road, Nether Edge, S7 1PG
  • 5.30pm to 7pm & 7.30 to 9pm
  • (9 person limit at each) at The Sheffield Wellness Centre, 635A Abbeydale Road, S7 1TB
  • To book contact: Jo Bertzeletos 07816 540 261 jo@yoganatureshe eld.org.uk
  • www.yoganatureshe eld.org.uk
  • Pre-booking essential

YOUNG ARTISTS EXHIBITION

We have some very creative and talented young artists in Nether Edge. Come and see our art exhibition which has work from several local schools. Tea, co ee and squash available.

  • Wednesday 20th
  • FREE
  • 3.15pm to 6pm
  • St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, S11 8YL
  • The room is accessible for pushchairs.
  • For more information contact Maggie on maggielit@sky.com

BOYS’ QUIZ NIGHT

Golddigger Trust invites boys aged between 11 and 18 to pop in between 4pm and 6pm. Come and meet new people and join the fun.

  • Wednesday 20th
  • FREE
  • For more information see Tuesday’s entry.

FOLK CLUB

Singers night.

  • Wednesday 20th
  • FREE
  • 8pm onwards
  • Nether Edge Bowling Club, 8 Nether Edge Rd, S7 1RU
  • All welcome

MELISSA COLE PRESENTS ‘THE LITTLE BOOK OF CRAFT BEER’ TALK & TASTING

£12.00 per person with four beer samples or £10 for Nether Edge locals, with proof of address. Tickets in store & online www.hophideout.co.uk

  • Wednesday 20th
  • 7.30pm
  • Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd, Sheffield, S7 1FR
  • hophideout@gmail.com
  • Discount tickets only available in store

LANTERN THEATRE

The Lantern is Sheffield’s oldest surviving Theatre, and a hidden gem. Over 124 years old, it is a vital and unique part of Sheffield’s heritage. To celebrate we are putting on a festival of our own! The New Writing Festival lasts two months, starting in September. Book productions using the code FESTIVAL17 at checkout to get 20% off each ticket. There will be a pre-show talk/tour before Wednesday performances on the history of the venue and its in-house community theatre group, The Dilys Guite Players. The Theatre is open to view on Wednesday and Friday.

  • Wednesday 20th
  • Pre-show talk begins at 7pm
  • The Lantern Theatre, Kenwood Park Road, S7 1NF
  • For more information contact: Kevin Jackson info@lanterntheatre.org.uk
  • Tickets £7 with a 20% Festival discount offered.

YOUNG ARTISTS EXHIBITION

We have some very creative and talented young artists in Nether Edge. Come and see our art exhibition which has work from several local schools. Tea, coffee and squash available.

  • Thursday 21st
  • FREE
  • 3.15pm to 6pm
  • St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, S11 8YL
  • The room is accessible for pushchairs.
  • For more information contact Maggie on maggielit@sky.com

WOOD CARVING WORKSHOP

Woodcarving demonstration and display of work in a small local workshop. Pop in and see a demonstration of a working Nether Edge woodcarving workshop.

  • Thursday 21st
  • FREE
  • 2pm to 5pm
  • 1 Oakdale Road, S7 1SL
  • Contact: Bob Adkins 0114 2551968 No need to book

DADS AND KIDS CRICKET MATCH

Another cricket match to follow our two previous successful events. Mr Howse, Head of PE at King Ecgbert School will again umpire a friendly and fun match between dads and pupils from both King Ecgbert and Nether Edge Schools.

  • Thursday 21st
  • FREE
  • 4pm
  • Broadfield Park
  • To take part contact: Kate West at kwest@netheredge.sheffield.sch.uk or 07951 510 366

WRITING ON THE EDGE

Have you ever wanted to write poetry? Have you ever wondered if you could write poetry? At our last two Festivals, ordinary residents of Nether Edge have discovered that they can enjoy writing poetry at John Turner’s short and active workshop. A senior lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, John will show you how you can gain inspiration from your neighbourhood, accompany you on a short walk around it and then lead you in a friendly and relaxed workshop. Whether you write a little or a lot, or even not at all you are welcome to attend.

  • Thursday 21st
  • Tickets £2. Numbers limited to 15. 4pm to 6.15pm
  • Meet at Homemade by Thelma’s, 4 Nether Edge Road, S7 1RU
  • For more information contact John on: 07970473458

THE BIG EASY

Energetic Swing band from Leeds. The concert begins around 7.30pm so arrive early to secure a seat.

  • Thursday 21st
  • Tickets are £10
  • Available from Cafe #9 Nether Edge Road, S7 1RU

YOGA TASTER SESSION

(See Wed 20 Sep for more details) 10am to 11.30am (10 person limit) at Highfield Trinity Church, Holland Place, S2 4US. Use the entrance at the back of the church on Holland Place, opposite the Thai supermarket.

  • Friday 22nd
  • FREE
  • To book your place contact:
  • Jo Bertzeletos, 07816 540 261, jo@yoganaturesheffield.org.uk
  • www.yoganaturesheffield.org.uk
  • Pre-booking essential

LANTERN THEATRE

The Lantern Theatre is open to view.

  • Friday 22nd
  • See Wednesday’s listing for details.

TAX, CARE AND TOYBOYS

Light-hearted advice clinic on life planning provided by Co-op Estate Planning for over 50’s. There will be a 30 minute talk plus 15 minute Q+A. Not a sales pitch and no business cards. Topics to be covered include:

  • Protecting your family’s nest egg
  • Inheritance tax – Stopping ‘sideways disinheritance’
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney.
  • Friday 22nd
  • FREE
  • 6pm to 7pm
  • Kenwood Hall Hotel, Kenwood Rd, S7 1NQ
  • For more information contact: Chris Venables at
  • chrisvenables@blueyonder.co.uk or debbie.beatson@Coop.co.uk

NETHER EDGE CLUB 90TH CELEBRATION NIGHT

Come and enjoy a free buffet, singer/ band and use of the facilities for all Nether Edge residents.

  • Friday 22nd
  • FREE
  • 8pm to 11pm
  • Nether Edge Club, 2 Moncrieffe Rd, S7 1HR 0114 255 0675
  • Contact Neil Gilmartin seriousneil@hotmail.com

DAISY DAISY

SORRY, SOLD OUT

Another chance to see this amazing female duo. Nicola Farnon and Julie Mcinally – their combination of folk and jazz is a brilliant recipe for a fun night.

  • Friday 22nd
  • £9
  • 8pm
  • Nether Edge Bowling Club, 8 Nether Edge Rd, S7 1RU

COMMUNITY ART AND CRAFT FAIR

Our second community arts and crafts showcase, with lots of new faces!

Over 40 stalls featuring artists and craftspeople around Nether Edge.

Arts and crafts include: books, bunting, cards, ceramics, children’s clothes, felt hats and accessories, Japanese Temari decorations, jewellery (new and upcycled), knitted toys, mixed media art, mosaic, pewter and metalwork, photography, prints, stained glass, textile art, upcycled furniture and watercolours.

Stalls featuring local community groups and charities.

With live music from the Nether Edge Folk Club, and a klezmer duo!

Homemade lunches, teas, and other refreshments available.

The Festival Raffle will be drawn at the end of the afternoon.

  • Saturday 23rd
  • FREE
  • 12pm to 4pm
  • St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, S11 8YL
  • For more information please contact Jean Allen jlallen1812@gmail.com

OPEN DAY WITH SNOOKER TOURNAMENT

Open day including a free Polish food bu et and an open snooker competition with a £100 cash prize. Use of the all the club’s facilities throughout the day.

  • Saturday 23rd
  • FREE
  • 1pm to 5pm
  • Nether Edge Club, 2 Moncrie e Rd, She eld S7 1HR 0114 255 0675
  • For more information contact:
  • Neil Gilmartin seriousneil@hotmail.com

SHEFFIELD FOLK CHORALE IN CONCERT

An evening of glorious four-part harmony singing. Sheffield Folk Chorale, formed in 2001, is now established as one of the area’s nest four-part choirs. With a broad repertoire based around the folk tradition, all arranged by their director Graham Pratt, they will provide an entertaining evening of song in the splendid setting of St Oswald’s Church.

  • Saturday 23rd
  • Tickets £5
  • 7.30pm
  • St Oswald’s Church (corner of Bannerdale Road and Abbeydale Road), S7 1RH
  • Contacts and tickets –
  • St Oswald’s: Je Wragg at joanandje 2010@hotmail.co.uk
  • Folk Chorale: John Little 0114 255 3146 or john.little1@homecall.co.uk
  • Tickets available on the door (cash only please)

HENK: INTRODUCTION TO WHITTLING, OR CARVING WITH A FIXED BLADE KNIFE

Henk is a professional woodworker, making furniture, sculpture and decorative wooden pieces for the home and garden. A fixed blade knife is the only tool necessary to carve small figurative sculptures from twigs and sticks. Henk will show you how to get started, how to chose a knife and how to maintain the blade. He will also lead you through some basic cuts to make a simple animal carving in a twig.

  • Saturday 23rd
  • £4 to cover costs; refreshments included.
  • Two sessions: 2pm to 3pm and 3pm to 4pm.
  • Max 4 participants per session.
  • Suitable for 8 years and upwards.
  • Tickets available at venue: Tea with Percie, 557 Abbeydale Road, S7 1TA
  • Book in advance

Sunday 24th

1—4PM CHELSEA PARK

ANIMALS • DOG AGILITY • BOUNCY CASTLE • FACE PAINTING SPORTS
SPORTS • GAMES • FOOD • ENTERTAINMENT
Event highlights include:
  • Escafeld Band
  • Small animals – Shetland pony and rabbits to stroke
  • Orienteering with South Yorkshire Orienteers
  • Face painting
  • Puppets with SAINTS ALIVE
  • Small games and races
  • My Arty Party
  • Street food including pizzas, Pakistani food, drinks and homemade cakes from the WI
  • Entertainment and announcements from Sheffield Hospital Radio
  • Grass sledges
  • Try a Smoothie Bike
  • Boney Fido Dog Agility – have a go!
  • Fun Dog Show

FREE ENTRY TO THE PARK, WITH A SMALL CHARGE FOR SOME GAMES.

BREAK FREE FROM ECZEMA

A talk about how Homeopathy can help alleviate your symptoms by addressing the cause of them.

  • FREE, 12pm
  • See listing Friday 15th for full details.

LIMITLESS LOVE

Please join us for a concert by The Salvation Army Band, Choir and Young People.

  • FREE
  • 5.30pm to 6.30pm
  • The Salvation Army Church and Community Centre, 12 Psalter Lane, S11 8YN
  • For more information:
  • 0114 266 8127 or email sheffield.citadel@salvationarmy.org.uk

THANK YOU

  • A Festival of this length and number of events takes a lot of combined effort by many different people. We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to making it all possible. Our thanks go especially to:

Everyone who is contributing to the Festival – committee members, event organisers, volunteers, supporters.

Evolution Print for their generosity in producing this year’s Programme.

Clive at A&R Tradeprint on Abbeydale Road for kindly sponsoring this year’s posters and flyers.

Local businesses who have supported us – Rosalind Watchorn Solicitors for their kind donation, Wickwire and Bannerdale Osteopaths for practical support.

The many volunteers who have distributed brochures.

Nether Edge Bowling Club for hosting our numerous planning meetings.

Both Sheffield City Council and The Nether Edge Neighbourhood Group (NENG) for their financial support.

In particular, thanks again to Leanne Mallinder (leannemallinder.co.uk) for all her design work for the Festival, including the Programme and website.

James Cowlishaw for his assistance with building our website.

And many other local businesses and individuals too numerous to name.