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Believe it or not, we start to organise LostFest in around August or September of the previous year.

Due to the unprecedented situation with the corona virus, it is not possible to plan anything, and therefore it is with great reluctance that we have decided to cancel LostFest 2021.  We're all as sorry as you are!  

However, rest assured the team is looking at all options for 2021 to ensure we can bring you something equally as exciting as the two LockDown LostFests we held.  Watch this space for more information in the coming months.

 
 
 
If you'd like to experience LockDown LostFest 2, check out https://www.facebook.com/LoveLostFest/ 
 
 
Now, listen up folks, of course we're all hoping that the following year we'll be able to have our usual festival of music, dance and crafts, BUT it won't happen at all unless we can recruit some key people.  We need an overall coordinator (someone who's good at organising and can see the big picture as well as the detail) AND we need someone to manage the volunteers.  We will also need people to manage the litter-picking and to organise the programme donations.  If you, or anyone you know, might like to take on one of these vital roles, please get in touch at info@lostfest.co.uk.
 
 
 
 
 

To remind you of the kind of things we normally get up to, have a look at this video ...

 

Street performer Street performer

Stalls opened from around 10.00am and music kicked off at 10.30am(ish)

Please follow the Park & Ride or Park & Walk signs to avoid too much congestion in town. Or take the train - there will be several more trains stopping at Lostwithiel, and the station is just a short stroll over the medieval bridge to where all the action takes place!

Just so you know, the people to blame for all this merriment are:

Coordinator

Simon Pryce, Stalls

David Guiterman, Entertainment

Francis Dufort, Logistics

Dai Sweeney, Donations

Sally Sweeney, Litter management

Volunteers 

 

Lisa Bates, Social Media

Richard Halliday, Buses and Marshals