Ormskirk Gingerbread Festival
Non-stop Entertainment in our Town Centre

Sunday 10 July 2022, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

We're back!  After a two year gap due to Covid, Ormskirk Community partnership has pulled out all the stops for our 5th Gingerbread Festival.  The Town centre will be alive with:

On the Stage in Moor Street

  • The popular Café Society playing music from the 20s, 30s and 40s.
  • 2Blues – blues and rock
  • Ultimate Garth Brooks – a tribute act
  • JFK Band – Rock and Pop covers ranging from 50s to the 80s.
  • Divine Days – Dance Group

By the Clock Tower

  • Luke – guitarist, singer
  • Connected Voices – Rock and Pop
  • Ukelele Band – Singalong to the old favourites
  • Ragtag Misfits – buskers
  • Mark Dowding – Folk singer

Around the Town Centre

  • Artisan market
  • Children's activities
  • Heritage stalls to help with family history and showing Ormskirk in days gone by
  • Cafes, restaurants and bars open all day
  • Shops throughout the town centre
  • Music at Wheatsheaf Walk

Free Park & Ride, 10:30 to 4:30 

Free parking at Edge Hill University's secure car park with regular shuttle buses provided by Charlton Minicoaches.

 

With thanks to Edge Hill University and Charlton Minicoaches

Let's make Ormskirk better!

Welcome to Ormskirk Community Partnership 
We are local people who live and work in the town. 
If you'd like to make Ormskirk an even better place to live and work, get in touch and join us.

Our Partners and Funders

We acknowledge the support and funding received from the Arnold Clark Community Fund, Bickerstock Music Festival, the Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund, The Dulverton Trust, The Edith Mary Clark Foundation, The Elsie Talbot Bridge Will Trust, Heritage Open Days, Merseyrail, the National Lottery Community Fund, the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Tesco Bags of Help, Waitrose Community Matters, West Lancashire Borough Council and West Lancashire Council for Voluntary Service.

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