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Please find below a list of upcoming events and services held by Hatfield Town Council.

Hatfield Festival, 3-18 June 2017, two week’s of events and activities across Hatfield. The Festival will open with Hatfield House’s Food Festival, and will close with the de Havilland Philharmonic orchestra performing at The Weston Auditorium. View the full Festival programme here, and follow the Festival on Twitter here.




Hatfield Music Festival, Saturday 17 June, 11am-10pm.  Join us for a full day of live music and entertainment (funfair) – plus a range of food and drink concessions will be available. The event will take place on Birchwood Playing Field.  Set-times: 11.15am Danny Cullen, 11.45am Jessica Heather, 12.10pm Bar Steward Blues Band, 1pm J.F.K, 1.35pm Undercover, 2.25pm Scally & Angell, 3.20pm Barnyard Junkies, 4.45pm Zygmunt Day & Echo Pressure, 6.00pm The REVIVALS, 7.15pm Rosie Oregan, 8.45pm Century Of Soul


Hatfield Sports and Community Awards, Saturday 15 July.  Nominate your local sports and community champions. For more information and to download a nomination form, please visit here. The deadline for nominations is Friday 16 June.




Centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele, Monday 31 July. During the Battle of Passchendaele, an estimated 245,000 allied and 215,000 German casualties (dead, wounded or missing) fell after approximately 100 days of heavy fighting for a movement of the front line of only 8 kilometres .




10k-runNew for 2017! Hatfield 10k and 5k run at Hatfield House – Sunday 15 October in aid of The Jamie McVeigh Foundation. More details to follow.





Rail Crash Memorial

Hatfield Rail Crash Memorial,  Tuesday 17 October, 12.15pm. A ceremony to remember those involved in the Hatfield Rail crash in 2000. Rail Crash Memorial Garden, Great North Road, Hatfield.




img_2753Hatfield Fireworks  – Saturday 4 November.  Our spectacular fireworks event returns for its third year at Angerland, Southway. Gates open 5pm and close at 6.30pm Firework display at 7pm.  The event will include a funfair, and food and drink.




15073329_10154475620834543_392909991690823004_nArmistice Day – Saturday 11 November, 10.50am. The day will be marked by a ceremony at 10.50am at the War Graves, Great North Road (a path leads from the road up some steps).  On the day look out for staff in hi-visibility jackets for exact location.




15095049_10154481145229543_8157310802868659440_nRemembrance Sunday 12 November, 10.45am. The commemoration will start at 10.45am with 2 minutes’ silence at 11am at the War Memorial opposite Hatfield Train Station, Great North Road.






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