Crouch End Festival dates announced
Organisers of the UK’s largest community arts festival, now in its fifth year, expect more than 200 events.
There will be markets, history events and children’s workshops throughout the 10 days.
Highlights will include a schools day with a big stage outside the Hornsey Town Hall green.
There will be a family day and a cultural day, poets, live bands and craft markets - and even a Zombie Walk.
“The great thing about the festival is that it’s open to all regardless of age, experience or means,” said founder Chris Arnold.
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“It really is all about bring community together through creativity.”
The festival will run from Friday June 10 to Sunday June 19.
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To participate, contact organisers via the website.