Cornbury Festival 2015
4.7 - 6.7 2014, Cornbury, United Kingdom
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Missing Cornbury Music Festival already? Well relive the weekend with some summery snaps... Credit: Ben Phillips Photography
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LOST PROPERTY! Hello lovely Cornbury-goers We have some lost property to return to rightful owners...please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to see if your items have been found. We definitely have items belonging to E B Campbell, R M Clay, Ryan C Moore, J R Hughes & Garry Peter. Please get in touch! Thank you!
Message from Hugh: Dear Cornbury-goers, I wanted to thank you very much for making Cornbury 2015 such a huge success. The weather Gods were kind to us and the stars truly shone - Joss, Tom, Pam, Seal, Roger, Billy et al. Thank you for your support - shall we celebrate the Baker's Dozen - our 13th - in a Cotswold valley next July ? Yes please. Thanks again H x (2016 dates 99% likely to be July 8-10 but we'll confirm by Sept 1)
Pick up a perfect programme package at #Cornbury15 this weekend with a programme, programme laminate and a tote bag for just £10. The campsite is open, the sun is shining and we're ready to festival!
Visit the Belvoir fruit farms experiential stand this weekend to taste and buy a selection of their award winning cordials and pressés, and try your hand at one of our fun competitions to win lovely prizes! "Belvoir Fruit Farms was just a fruit farm until our founder's wife, Mary Manners, started making cordials in her kitchen by infusing the elderflowers and pressing the fruit grown on the farm. Since then we've carried on infusing, pressing and cooking fresh flowers, fruits and spices, and blending them with the local spring water to make our naturally lovely drinks."
*TRAIN UPDATE* First Great Western have confirmed that there will be no through service from London this Thursday and Friday. There will only be a limited service from Oxford to Charlbury and Worcester to Charlbury – one every 2 hours. If you are planning on travelling to the festival from London on Thursday or Friday, we strongly recommend using the Chiltern Railways line from London Marylebone to Banbury Station. There will be a shuttle bus service running as usual from Banbury and Charlbury Stations to the festival - see timetables here: Plan your journey here: For more rail strike updates, please check First Great Western: Looking forward to a sunny weekend at #Cornbury15!