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Sat, 22 Jun


Holmfirth Parish Church

Let the River Run! By New Mill Male Voice Choir

Let the River Run! By New Mill Male Voice Choir
Let the River Run! By New Mill Male Voice Choir

Time & Location

22 Jun 2024, 15:00

Holmfirth Parish Church, Holmfirth Parish Church, Town Gate, Holmfirth HD9 1HA, UK

About the event

Local to the Holme Valley, New Mill Male Voice Choir performs traditional and contemporary songs which celebrate the flow of life: of hope and expectation, love and belonging, sadness and yearning, triumph in adversity, the journey and its destinations. The Choir, in partnership with Holy Trinity Church, is delighted to celebrate these themes as part of Holmfirth Arts Festival, and many of the songs will evoke images of flowing water to bring them to life. Performing locally and across the country, NMMVC comes from New Mill and beyond and welcomes members of all backgrounds – no previous musical training required. For more info on joining the choir go to


Holmfirth Parish Churchyard:

Town Gate, HD9 1HA

Parking at Crown Bottom, steep ramped access. Accessible toilets on Town Gate and The Old Bridge Hotel


Holmfirth Arts Festival aims to challenge discrimination and dismantle barriers to participation in the arts by ensuring that all artists, contributors, audiences, and participants can access what they need to take part. We are committed to access and inclusion and have a designated member of staff to help with all your access and inclusion requirements. Holmfirth has some narrow streets, steps and cobbles in places and it can be difficult for people with limited mobility to get around. Most of the venues for outdoor arts events are accessible by wheelchair. We are engaging a British sign language interpreter for the Big Weekend and will have accessible viewing areas in each outdoor venue. Common Ground by Mikron Theatre is also audio described. Free tickets are available for personal assistants to accompany and assist ticket holders with access requirements. A Large Print version and a Word version of the programme are available. Comprehensive access information, including a video of a walk around the town is available on our website: https://www.  To discuss your access requirements, please email Jo ahead of the festival at


The Bus Station is central – a 10 minute walk to most town centre venues. It is just off the A635 with regular buses from across the Holme Valley, Wakefield, Huddersfield, Sheffield, Ashton under Lyne, Glossop, Penistone and Barnsley.

Long Stay Parking is at Crown Bottom car park at HD9 3HW, which costs £4a day Monday to Sunday 8am-4pm. Parking is free for Blue Badge holders. Short Stay parking at Town Gate is closed for the Festival on Sunday.


  • Let the River Run - FULL PRICE

    +£0.25 service fee
  • Let the River Run! - U16

    Under 16

    +£0.13 service fee
  • River Run- personal assistant

    This Free ticket is for a personal assistant to attend the event with a ticket holder who has access requirements. If you would like to discuss access requirements please email Jo at

  • Cultural Voucher (18 year old)

    Holme Valley Cultural Voucher for 18 year olds only. For this voucher you will need to either show your voucher at the door, or bring one form of ID that shows your age to get free entry




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