Wincanton Town Festival of Lights shines a light on Sustainability.


An illuminating trail of light installations themed on sustainability, will be set in the gardens of the Greening the eARTh Gallery in Wincanton (formerly Clementina’s) and in additional locations through the town.

At this free event visitors
will be invited to explore the grounds and gallery to view the installations whilst enjoying warm cider, hot chocolate
and pizza and hearty stew, all sourced from local producers The events will featuring local

artists including Zac Greening, eARTh Vader, Fossil Optical and Jigantics to name but a few.
The Wincanton Town Festival
of Lights launches on the 27th November and will be running from 5pm – 9pm on consecutive Saturdays – Saturday 27th

November, and 4th, 11th and 18th December. The Greening the eARTh gallery, 7 High Street, Wincanton, BA9 9JN
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On the 11th December the wonderful Wassail and Tall Tails Theatre present ‘The Tale of the Charming Rat’.

by Nick White & Richard Young

Wassail and Tall Tails are delighted to bring their co-production to Wincanton Town Festival this December!
Asha has been invited to a party and it’s up to Cooper to get her there on time! Will he pull it off without getting caught by Rats All Folks Exterminators? Join in this epic adventure and help him along the way.

The Tale of the Charming Rat has been made possible with public funding from The National Lottery through Arts Council England.

A 25-minute retelling of the classic Cinderella story, the free tickets can be booked here.


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