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Cliff Festival 2021 update

It is with a heavy heart that we have to announce that Cliff Festival 2021 will not be an in-person event. As much as we would like to gather in person on the Cliff site in May, we believe that mass gatherings, even outdoor ones, will not be permitted by this point; and even if they were, it would not be a wise thing to go ahead with.

If you had purchased tickets for Festival 2021, you will have received an email from us regarding this. If you haven’t received this email or if you have further questions, please get in touch with us at festival@cliffcollege.ac.uk.

Festival at Home

Many of our plans for Cliff Festival 2021 are being adapted for Festival at Home, following on from the success of this digital event in 2020. We want Festival at Home 2021 to be a gift and a blessing to churches around the country and across the world who gather ‘around the campfire’ with us, and are working hard to make that happen. If you haven't yet joined the Festival at Home group on Facebook, this is a great way to stay informed of the latest developments around Festival at Home.

Cliff Festival 2022

It is our hope and prayer that Festival 2022 will be a chance for us to gather in person again on the Cliff site and worship, pray, learn and celebrate together. As you may be aware, the late May bank holiday in 2022 has been moved from its usual Monday to Thursday 2 June, and there will be an additional bank holiday on Friday 3 June to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. To take advantage of this long weekend, Cliff Festival 2022 will start on the evening of Wednesday 1 June and finish at lunchtime on Sunday 5 June. Tickets will be available later this year.

God bless you, and we look forward to seeing you at Festival at Home.

Rev Ashley Cooper, the Festival Committee and all at Cliff College