As January turns into February, it’s good to start thinking of the warmer months ahead. Local music lovers will also start contemplating the delights of the forthcoming Wymondham Music Festival. If you’re a music fan, then the start of the Festival year is next Monday, when the organisers put on the Annual Public Meeting.
The meeting will take place in the Fairland Church Centre on Monday 7th February 2011. The doors open at 7:00 pm, with the meeting proper starting at 7:45. The meeting is open to all, and entry is free. It’s your opportunity to meet the organisers, here about the forthcoming delights, chat to other festival supporters and have your say about anything to do with South Norfolk’s best music festival. If you’d like to get involved in helping out with the Festival, then you’ll be especially welcome!
There will be live music at the start, with free tea and coffee and homemade cake. In addition, there will be a slideshow of photographs of the 2010 festival, taken by the festival’s official photographer Anna Meek.
John Wood, the Festival chairman, is very keen to get feedback on how the Festival is run. “We’ve been running the Festival since 1996”, he explained. “and we believe that one of the reasons for our continuing success is that we’re always after feedback and trying to act on comments and suggestions.” He explained that the Annual Public Meeting is put on for just that purpose - he urged all music lovers to come along.
For further information about the Public Meeting or the Festival in general, give Barbara Randall a call on 01953 601939, or visit the festival website at www.wymfestival.org.uk.