Festival calls on people of Royston to get creative
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A festival encouraging people in Royston to get creative will be held this week.
Creative Royston – the group behind Royston Arts Festival – will be showcasing local talent to celebrate Voluntary Arts Week.
A spokesman for Creative Royston said: “The aim of the events is to give people the chance to be creative and get involved.
“It’s about people taking part and being creative, not just being spectators.
“We want groups around the town to come and run these events themselves.”
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On Tuesday, Royston Photographic Society will host an evening Photowalk.
People taking part are encouraged to bring a camera along to take photos of interesting things that catch their attention, such as plants and animals.
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The group is meeting at the American war memorial in Priory Memorial Gardens at 7pm.
On Wednesday people are invited to watch the Priory Quilters weave their stitching magic at Royston and District Art Gallery and Museum from 1pm.
On Wednesday evening, an all male singing session, GuySing, will be held from 7.30pm at Greneway Middle School.
If that wasn’t enough, Bassingbourn Village Band will hold an open rehearsal for the public on Thursday from 8.15pm in Bassingbourn High Street and Royston Town Band will take to the stage at Tannery Drift School on the same evening from 7.30pm.
There will also be knitting workshops and painting demonstrations.
You can find out full details online at www.roystonartsfestival.org.