There is a packed programme for this year's festival, running from 9th to 11th October.
Following the pattern of the past three years, there will be opportunities to explore different creative activities in smaller groups as well as time to share experiences together. You will meet old friends and new.
ArtServe are particularly excited this year that Geraldine Latty and Carey Luce will be there providing three optional workshops, one will focus on voice care, and the other two on giving people the opportunity to sing together in harmony. And, on Saturday evening, they will entertain everyone.
If High Leigh has to close due to further Covid-19 restrictions, full refunds will be offered. There is a contingency plan to provide some form of festival via Facebook and Zoom if the conference centre has to close: there may be a small charge to cover the expenses of session leaders.
All the information you need is on their website. and you are encouraged to book online. Alternatively, you can download the brochure and booking form there.
If you have any questions regarding the festival please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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