ELLIEFEST 2024

Sat 13 July 2024

Nr Worthing, West Sussex

ELLIEFEST, our one day family-friendly festival is back for a second year in 2024.

Taking place on Saturday 13 July 2024 at Clapham and Patching Village Hall and grounds from 11am – 5pm. You can be part of ELLIEFEST, scroll down to find out how.

ELLIEFEST 2024 will see a mix of live music, fabulous food and a host of games and activities. Bounce on our castle, test your sporting skills, craft a flower crown or get your face painted. Fill your day with fun or take it easy and listen to live music from Shoreham Allstars, Sussex Rock Choir and BIMM Music Institute emerging artists whilst refreshing yourself at the bar or treat yourself to some tea and cake.

All in memory of Ellie Thornton, a girl who loved a festival.

All proceeds of the event support The Ellie Thornton Foundation.

Live Music and Performance

Shoreham AllStars
Sussex Rock Choir
Danni W
Willow Jarvis*
Dixie Davies*
DJ Zoe Hart (aka yoursoundlandy.com)
Three Score Dance

*BIMM Music Institute emerging artists

Activities

Family Sports Day
Flower Crowns
Face painting
DoodleBox
Pom-Pom making
Buckets of Fun
Bouncy Castle and Bouncy Slide

Food & Drink

Licensed Bar
The Ellie Thornton Foundation BBQ
Wood-Fired Pizzas
Chicken Wings
Loaded Fries
Tea & Coffee
Bubble Tea
Popcorn
Ice Cream
Candy Floss
Ellie’s Cake Café

Be part of ELLIEFEST

Volunteering

We’re looking for 60+ volunteers to help bring ELLIEFEST to life. If you are interested in volunteering please visit the Festival Volunteer Call Out page to discover what areas we are seeking help with.

Donate

We need your help to transform the site to create a festival wonderland and we are looking for the following items from our generous supporters:

If you can offer any of these items please contact hello@elliethorntonfoundation.org.uk

Tell your friends

700 people attended ELLIEFEST in 2022, this year we’d like to see that number grow to 1000. You can help support the festival by sharing the event in the following ways:

Download our poster and place it in a prominent position in your community or school

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