The Festival has already raised a  substantial amount of financial support  in order to launch the event,  to cover artist costs, publicity, promotion, programmes, piano hire and tuning, venue and marquee hire, transport, accommodation, food and subsistence costs for artists. Staging, lighting and contingency costs are also included.

It is expected that Festival ticket sales, with its rich chemistry of British music, an idyllic Cotswold setting, acclaimed musicians, and local food and wine, will be high. Tickets will be limited; the church can seat a maximum audience of 180 per concert, and therefore it is essential that further financial support is secured in advance.

Please spread the word about the festival, here is a  Poster to down load 

Details of the Sponsorship levels and benefits can be found here.

We are pleased to announce the following substantial financial support for the festival.

The trustees of The Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust  agreed to provide substantial financial support for the festival.


In addition, the National Lottery Awards for All agreed their substantial support

The festival is also grateful for support from:-


Award winning English Wines…….Read More

Rooms, Dining and much more – Read more

Modern European Cuisine – Read more


Real Ales, Single Estate Vodka and Gin – Read more

As well as the following friends and businesses who have generously contributed:-

Mr & Mrs Edward Wray

Peter & Mary Mullen

Dr. Tracy Long

Keith & Isabelle McDermott

Ronald &  Enid Dukes

Adam & Louisa Freeman

Zoe Smith

Mr & Mrs Charles Woodd

Together with the practical support and help from:-

The Vicar, Churchwardens and PCC of All Saints’ Church, Down Ampney

Farmcare Ltd

A Slade & Son, Funeral Directors of Cirencester

‘Wall Space’ – Picture Framers of Cirencester

‘Oops a Daisy’ – Florists of Cirencester

The Head and Governors of Down Ampney Primary School for the use of their hall for rehearsals

Hugh Cobbe

Sally Groves

The Down Ampney Village Hall Committee

Local volunteers in the village who are offering their time to act as stewards

Down Ampney Parish Council