The Ormskirk Gingerbread Festival will be on Sunday 14 July, 2024 from 11 a.m to 4 p.m
This hugely successful family event will be back with all the usual favourites – free children’s entertainment including face painting, free children’s fairground rides, competitions and non-stop musical entertainment in and around the town centre, together with the Artisan Market, organised by the Market Co.
To make it happen, we need to expand our team of volunteers
Please come and join us!
 This year the Festival is funded by a grant from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund that Ormskirk Community Partnership has received via West Lancashire Borough Council.

Ormskirk Gingerbread Festival
Non-stop Entertainment in the Town Centre

Sunday 14 July 2024, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Main Stage in Moor Street

11am                           Cafe Society

11.30-12.30pm     Skelmersdale Brass Band

12.30 -1pm              Aughton MV Choir

1.15 - 2pm                Divine Days/Hagan Inspiration

2.15-3.15                   JKF Band

3.15-4pm                   Cafe Society

Wheatsheaf in Burscough Street

11am                            Ukulele Band

12noon                       Cafe Society

1pm                              RagTag Misfits

2pm                              Aughton MV Choir

Church Street

11.00am                   Luke

12noon                     Showbiz

1.30pm -2pm        Cafe Society

2pm                           Ukulele Band

Free Park & Ride, 10:30 to 4:30 

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

Parking in Edge Hill main car park; drop off and return from Bus Station

Ideal for families with young children; there is room for pushchairs on the bus.


With thanks to Edge Hill University and Charlton Minicoaches

Gallery

Ormskirk Community Partnership organised the first Ormskirk Gingerbread Festival in the Town Centre in 2016.  Here are some photos from the Gingerbread Festivals since then.

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