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Blisworth Festival 2019
Despite the weather gods doing their best to dampen (or blow away) our spirits we had another enjoyable and I hope successful festival again this year. We had lots of new faces bringing their wares to sell and more entertainment than ever. On the Saturday, despite having to cancel all the gazebo owning stall holders, for safety reasons, the visitors who came tell us they still had a great day. The Sunday was more business as usual with a great crowd.
This year saw a record number of volunteers helping to keep everything going and our deep and sincere thanks go to each and everyone of them.
On behalf of the whole village we would like to take this opportunity the thank The Wakelin Family, John and Cathie at Whitegates and all at Blisworth house for allowing the festival to use their land as well as an amazing amount of help along the way.
We will hold an open meeting in a few weeks to talk about next years festival and we hope as many people as possible will attend and in the meantime a heartfelt thank you for your continuing support
The Blisworth Canal Partnership.

Blisworth’s Upcoming Events

In this section, we feature the upcoming village events if you are planning an event and would like it added here and to the calendar, then pop the details in an email or Contact us.

Next up is…

Happy's Circus

Friday, September 27th   6 – 8 pm

Taking place under the Big Top on the school field.

The Circus is coming back to Blisworth! Tickets are on sale now and if you buy before the 23rd of June you can take advantage of our Early Bird offer of £8 per ticket! (Normal price £9.50). Tickets can be purchased online – www.pta-events.co.uk/blisworth, at the Summer Fete on the 22nd June or on the door.Refreshments will be available to purchase on the night.

Follow this link to find out more. https://www.facebook.com/events/2230617387248929/


Blisworth is a thriving, picturesque village in South Northamptonshire situated 5 miles south of the county town. It has some 900 homes and an estimated population of 1870 (2010 village survey).
The West Coast Railway runs close to Blisworth and the Grand Union Canal passes through the village which extends from the famous Blisworth Tunnel, to the outlying residential areas of Blisworth Arm and Blisworth Park.
Village amenities include a primary school, a village shop with news agency and post office and two local pubs. Many small businesses surround the area, largely in discreet attractive business parks.

Blisworth Parish Council.

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