It is with great regret and much sadness that following the recent and unprecedented rainfall the organising committee wish to advise the cancellation of this year’s festival.
In common with so many villages and communities in Somerset, the village, surrounding farmland and, in particular, the fields upon which we rely for our parking and major events are saturated. With little or no prospect of those fields becoming useable in the near future it was agreed that it would be in the best interests of all stallholders, festival visitors and the local community that this decision was communicated as early as practical to allow everyone the best opportunity to make alternative arrangements.
The Mells Daffodil Festival will return in 2015 and we look forward to again welcoming you all to this wonderful event and do look in on our website and facebook page www.facebook.com/mellsdaffday for up to date information and news.
We thank all of you for your past, continued and future support.
The Mells Daffodil Festival started in 1979 following this extract in the November 1978 Parish Magazine. “As part of our money raising efforts, we are organising a Daffodil Weekend in MELLS next spring, on a date to be announced. We
Event cancelled for 2014 – Please contact the relevant person for more information if you have already booked a pitch. For Street Stall applications contact Sarah Seeworuttun email@example.com For Field applications contact Allen Yhearm firstname.lastname@example.org
Exciting News For 2015 To Follow……….
All the contact details you will need are below. Chairman & Events Jake Shaw 01373 812952 email@example.com Street Stalls bookings Sarah Seeworuttun firstname.lastname@example.org Field bookings Allen Yhearm 07771 731660 email@example.com Advertising & Programme Joan Wright 01373 812591 Joanfirstname.lastname@example.org Website &
If you’re after a stall or a spot in the field then get your application to us. We want to hear from you! Below are the details for whom you’ll need to get in touch with…
Field applications: email@example.com
Street stall applications: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon King opened the Festival at 11am in front of St Andrews Church on Easter Monday 1st April. Simon has filmed and co-presented the long-running BBC One series Big Cat Diary which follows the progress of lions, leopards and cheetahs
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