The Bedford Park Festival was set up in 1967 to foster a sense of community, celebrate the arts and raise money for various causes. It led to Bedford Park being listed as a conservation area, saving it from demolition by developers by (see Archive pages). This year's Festival is raising money for Unicef's 'Unite for Children, Unite Against Aids' campaign; the Upper Room, feeding the needy in west London; and the repair and repainting of St Michael & All Angels.
This annual Festival – including its opening Green Days Fete - involves many local professional and amateur artists and musicians, who give their services freely. The venues are the Green, the Church, the Parish Halls (with disabled access), and private homes and gardens in Bedford Park. There are events for all ages and interests.
We are grateful to our many generous sponsors - local businesses and individuals - who donate prizes or free meals, sponsor events or give their services free or at cost price (see Sponsors FestivalLink). If you would like to help the Festival in any way, please contact St Michael's Parish Office (020 8994 1380).
Michael & All Angels Church
Bath Road - by Turnham Green Tube Station
Tel: 020 8994 1380 firstname.lastname@example.org