Kenilworth street festival to return this May following successes last year

By James Smith

14th May 2024 | Local News

Castle Hill Fest 2024 will take place on Monday 27 May (image supplied)
Castle Hill Fest 2024 will take place on Monday 27 May (image supplied)

Local businesses will once again come together to host a community day on Castle Hill this May.

Venues on the street near Kenilworth Castle held their first Castle Hill Fest during the coronation celebrations in May 2023, followed by a second event in August.

And following the success of the first two community festivals, it will return for a third instalment on Monday 27 May.

Running from 10am to 6pm, businesses on the street - including Time for Tea, Morning Sunshine, Harringtons on the Hill and The Clarendon Arms - are taking part, with food and drink, music and activities on offer.

At the August 2023 event there were around 25 stalls taking part, with organisers also expecting a bumper event this time around.

"We are looking forward to a second year of our Castle Hill Fest with the first one this bank holiday Monday and the second one in August bank holiday," organiser Owen Prosser-Stock told Nub News.

"There will be food, drink, music, stalls to browse and face painting and more fun for the kids to enjoy."

Event manager Owen - from Time for Tea - also said he and the other three businesses (Harringtons, Morning Sunshine and Clarendon Arms) are "really pleased" locals are still keen to have and support these events 

Businesses on the street will be running as normal during the event.

Lots of residents gathered for the two events in 2023 (image supplied)

     

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