The Walsworth Festival was first conceived in the 1950s and organised by the Walsworth Residents’ Community Association at St Faith’s Church. Having gone through a number of different incarnations over the years, the festival is now run by a small band of local volunteers, and is host to various stalls, events, music, food, and even a car show! So mark our event in your calendar and join the thousands of other visitors who come from far and wide to celebrate over 50 years of Walsworth Festivals!
In the centre of the festival we have an arena where various exhibitions and acts entertain the crowd
Food and Drink
A range of world foods will be provided by our friends at Hitchin Street Food; pizza, burgers, currries - including vegan options
From information about the local area, to archery, to confenctionary - There will be something for everyone
There will be a eclectic mix of cars, from true classics, modern classics, and even the occasional supercar
A live music stage will playing various genres throughout the day, provided by Todd in the Hole!
There will be parking on the day for £3 and will be manned by volunteer marshals. Please use this car park or walk to the event so we can avoid congestion through cars parking on the road.
There is a circular bus, number 81 run by Centrebus which has a stop on Woolgrove road.
From Hitchin Station, follow Cambridge road towards Letchworth going under the railway and following the road round past the Millstream pub, turning left at the traffic lights. (there are several cut throughs to the park via Meadowbank, Millstream pub but we advise following the road round to avoid the archery area).