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Twickenham Festival 2018

Twickenham Festival 2018

This is a 3 weekly marathon of events celebrating all that we love about Twickenham. There are many events where the community get together at fairs, concerts, cruises etc. It is accompanied by a Free what’s-on guide to local festival events that goes to 30,000 residents and businesses in the TW1 and TW2 area. This will be published by the middle of May and if you dont get one through your letter box, you can pick one up from Crusader Travel at 57-58 Church Street, Twickenham TW1 3NR 020 8744 0474.

If you would like to advertise in this guide we produce 30,000 free Festival Guides and we try to cover all the events in Twickenham for the Festival from the 8th of June until the 24th of June. Just email news@ttba.org.uk for more details.

If you would like to enter a Twickenham event thats falls between the 8th and 24th of June

Submit your event here

It is free to enter your event into the free what’s on section and i is a great way to gain extra publicity for your event. deadline for submissions is the 1st of April.

We are looking for sponsors and in exchange for sponsorship, your logo will be on all the publicity literature, posters, flyers, the guide and the banner across Church Street for 5 weeks. Would you be interested in sponsoring the Twickenham Festival?

Please email news@ttba.org.uk for more details.

The Festival always starts with the great spectacle of the Tug of War in Church Street. This year on the 8th of June. The street fills with many hundreds of spectators who come to watch the local teams competing for their winning firkin of beer donated by the Eel Pie Pub. Award winning Sound Engineers Britannia Row provide the music and sound system.The event is compered by Stuart Green from The Cabbage Patch.

If you would like to enter a team please email news@ttba.org.uk with the title “Twickenham Festival Tug of War”. Teams are made of 8 but many teams like to have 10 team members as there may be a few heats and changeovers are sometimes a good idea. It is free to enter. The maximum amount of teams that can enter is 15, and all the team members need to fill in a disclaimer before they take part.

Another big event in the festival is the Craft fair in Church Street. Artists and crafts people from all over the borough come to the street on this day to set up their stalls at this fair that only takes place twice a year. The level of talent is exceptional and the fair is often over subscribed. If you would like stall please email news@ttba.org.uk or call 020 8744 0474 for details. Stalls are £40. You will need your own gazebo and table. The deadline for applications is May the 8th but it may be that the fair will be full by then.

For two days of the Twickenham Festival, the garden event returns to Church Street which is grassed for the occasion. We like to keep it horticultural, with a holistic, eco-friendly theme. It has a Summer Fete atmosphere with myriad of stalls including crafts as well as plants and horticulture stalls, street food and entertainment.

if you would like a stall please email news@ttba.org.uk or call 020 8744 0474. The dead line to submit your application is 15 May. Stalls are £40. You will need your own gazebo and table etc. the deadline is the 15th of may but it may be that the event will be full by then.

Wednesday the 20th of June sees the one and only Eel Pie Island Jazz and wine tasting River Cruise on the New Southern Bell. This is the only time in the year you can Cruise from Eel Pie Island to Hampton Court and back. Enjoy a fish and chip supper plus wine tasting. £40 for a single ticket and £70 per couple. Call Crusader Travel on 020 8744 0474 or email news@ttba.org.uk or info@crusadertravel.com

The last weekend of events that are happening in the picturesque surroundings of Church Street during the festival is the Continental Market on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th of June from 9am until 5pm.Do you love a market? How about finding a new one on a day out or while you’re on holiday? Markets are a great source of exciting ideas, local produce, street food and the quirky, as well as a place to spend time and get to know the stories behind the products, or find tonight’s recipe. All ther stalls are run by traders who either make or know about foods they sell coming as it does from their place of origin.

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