Friday 12 July to Saturday 27 July 2019

Planning for this action packed summer celebration began one year ago and has brought together people and places the length and breadth of the village.

Beginning with the opening event – a Jazz Picnic by the river on Friday 12th July at Castle Farm right through to the finale – a brass band concert ‘Brass on The Grass’ featuring Dereham Band at the village hall Saturday 27th July.

There’s so much going on. Virtually all the clubs and interest groups in the village and local area are represented. Take a look at the ‘What’s on’ page and you’re bound to find something of interest.

With the exception of the Jazz Picnic, Flute & Harp Concert, Grand Ceilidh, Mid-Norfolk Singers and Brass on The Grass all of the events, exhibitions and activities are FREE with Car parking, Toilets, Disability access and some where to take the weight off your feet provided.

The Village Fete on Saturday 20th July is worth a special mention as there is so much going on, see the Village Fete page for full details.

We hope to see you, your friends and family at one or more of the events having a great time.

’til then please spread the word!

Platinum Sponsors

Swanton Morley Festival would like to thank the following sponsors for their support:

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Raising funds for local causes:

Raising Funds For
N&N Boudicca Breast Cancer Appeal

The NNUH breast unit handles breast cancer referrals from GPs across the region. The number of patients it sees each month has almost doubled in the last five years, and a new dedicated breast unit is urgently needed.

Raising Funds For
Viva Arts & Community Group

Giving everybody more opportunities to take part in the arts, regardless of their situation, abilities or circumstances – and so started Viva to give more people that chance.

Raising Funds For
Families Against Neuroblastoma

Families Against Neuroblastoma - in memory of young Denver Clinton, from Mattishall who sadly passed away on February 14th 2019 after valiantly battling the condition. Also, in support of young Harry & Esme and other local families fighting against neuroblastoma and childrens cancer.