Congratulations to festival team

PUBLISHED: 12:11 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:09 11 May 2010

Congratulations to all those people who worked so hard to make the Royston Arts Festival such a success. We tried almost everything over four days, including the art exhibitions, stone mason, bell ringing and the grand festival concert. Two events reall

Congratulations to all those people who worked so hard to make the Royston Arts Festival such a success.

We tried almost everything over four days, including the art exhibitions, stone mason, bell ringing and the grand festival concert.

Two events really stood out for us. The Farndale Murder Mystery at Meridian School, where the members of CADS were as usual outstandingly good.

The Royston Twilight Zone tour team on Sunday night were expecting about six visitors, but had to handle in excess of 100 who thoroughly enjoyed a 45-minute walk that was a laugh a minute experience.

Well done to you all, but next year will have to be even better.

Eric and Karen Heaton

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