Pat runs our ever popular children’s morris dance workshops throughout the weekend. Pat has been involved with Morris teams (Glorishears of Brummagem & Ansley Morris) for nearly 40yrs, both as dancer and musician and have been teaching Morris dancing for both adults and children for nearly 30 years.
Warwick Town Council
We are very grateful for the extremely generous support of Warwick Town Council.
Warwick County Council
Job vacancies, news and events, tourism and services. www.warwickshire.gov.uk/
Warwick District Council
Providing services in Warwick, Leamington Spa, Whitnash and Kenilworth. www.warwickdc.gov.uk/
Explore Warwick Castle, where you’ll be surrounded by jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure! 8 reasons to choose Warwick Castle: Horrible Histories for the May bank holiday Epic attractions, inside and out Daily shows & activities Our new attraction, Time Tower https://www.warwick-castle.com/
http://www.calor.co.uk/ Ticket Discounts available to local Calor employees – see the company for more details.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
We’re delighted BBC Coventry & Warwickshire will be joining us at the Festival once again on the Friday. Look out for Vic Minett and special guests spots from our guest list of fantastic performers! http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbccoventryandwarwickshire
The Fleece Inn
The Quintessential English Pub Owned by The National Trust and Run with a Love of Tradition. The Fleece Inn team run the Festival bars under Moongazing Hare Bars, their outdoor bar company. The Fleece Inn is the perfect rural retreat, just a stone’s throw from the beautiful Cotswold’s. Boasting roaring open fires for the winter
Church End Brewery
Church End Brewery – creators of fine real ales since 1994. Sample our beers at the festival beer tents or throughout the year at The Brewery Tap, Ridge Lane or at our pub The George and Dragon, Stoke Golding Ridge Lane, Nuneaton, CV10 0RD http://www.churchendbrewery.co.uk/
The Thomas Lloyd
Thomas Lloyd was a local philanthropist, who lived in Warwick for 35 years. The Wetherspoon pub which bears his name is a former branch of his family’s bank. Numbers 5 and 7 Market Place were acquired by the Warwickshire & Leamington Bank, in 1834, and taken over by Lloyds Bank, in 1866. The bank acquired