Friday 17 June 2016


Middlewich FAB Festival/Middlewich Town Council/Bare Bones Marketing

Well, we've finally reached the highlight of Middlewich's calendar, with the 26th Middlewich FAB Festival which starts tonight (17th June).
So much has been written about this year's festival that we feel that it would be somewhat superfluous for the Middlewich Diary to repeat the listings and information which can be easily found elsewhere. So we'll confine ourselves to pointing you towards those other sources of information and bringing to your attention some of the additional items which may have escaped your attention.
There's always so much to see and do over the FAB weekend that, with the best will in the world, you'll never be able to see it all.
The best thing to do is to just get out there, walk around the town, and the canals and revel in this Middlewich Event to end all Middlewich Events, in all its glory!

Middlewich FAB Festival/Middlewich Town Council/Bare Bones Marketing
As always, your best and primary source of information is the free Festival Guide which is available all over the town, particularly in the official fringe venues - the local businesses which ensure the festival's survival by supporting it year after year,

This year, these are:

Jackie and Ken at The Big Lock
Liz and Pat at The Boar's Head
Dean and crew at The King's Lock Inn
Sue and Greg at Middlewich Narrowboats
Lesley and all at Middlewich RBL Club
Craig and Damian at The Narrowboat Inn
Sue and Simon at the Newton Brewery
Paul and everyone at The White Bear

Full details of FAB 26, together with links to archive material from the past, can be found at the festival's site:

Here are some of the things happening over the weekend. There is, of course, much much more:

Middlewich FAB Festival/Middlewich Rose Fete & Children's Festival
Bob Webb Music

Middlewich Parish Church
Middlewich Rock & Roll
The White Horse

Sons Of Clogger
Middlewich United Reformed Church

Middlewich Diary Masthead 1st-19th June 2016

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