Some of the charities and local good causes supported by the festival this year.



The Orpheus Centre is an independent specialist college in Godstone that increases the confidence and skills of young disabled adults through the performing arts.



The Children’s Trust offer residential and community-based rehabilitation services for children and young people with a brain injury.



An enthusiastic, fun loving group of active men and women who volunteer time to help others both Locally and Overseas.
Here are just some of the organisations and events they have supported locally over the last 12 months: St Catherine’s Hospice, Prostate UK, The Salvation Army Toy Appeal, The Kent Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Service, The Caterham Citizen’s Advice Bureau, End Polio, Delight (Caterham based charity supporting literacy for children), South East Cancer Care, Parkinson’s UK




St Peter’s Infant School is located in the beautiful rural setting of Tandridge village. Children come to the school from the village and the surrounding areas of Oxted, Hurst Green, Crowhurst, Godstone and South Godstone.


football club

Godstone Football Club was started in the 1890’s by the Laurence brothers a well known family in the village. However, the Club was not officially recognised until the formation of the Redhill & District Football League in 1897. The brothers are recorded as members of the team that won the Surrey Mirror Cup in the 1889-1890 season. The Club is proud to have received commendatory awards from the Football Association, the Surrey County Football Association and the Redhill Football Association on its 100th Anniversary. The football club is being sponsored by Flower Farm.

Everyone who works at the festival is given the opportunity to choose which charity or good cause they wish to support. If you wish to volunteer to work at the festival and contribute, please visit our sign up and information pages HERE.
If you represent a local charity or good cause that the festival may be able to support please email us