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Festival Management, Aims & Constitution

Biggar Little Festival is currently run by four voluntary Trustees, our Festival Administrator and our Social Media Coordinator.

They are:

John McIntosh (Chair)
Alan Broadfoot (Treasurer)
Phyllis McCann (Secretary & Biggar Day Out)
Jennifer Turner (Publicity & Young Artists)

Stephanie Whatley (Administrator)
Anj Jamieson (Social Media Coordinator)

The BLF team always welcomes new members. If you are interested in joining our team in any capacity please contact us.

Contact the festival trustees.

Biggar Little Festival is a not for profit organisation and Registered Charity No SC036411.

Our Aims

The aims and purpose of Biggar Little Festival are:

To showcase the best of our local cultural activity alongside top class entertainment and artistry from across the country.

To encourage and promote the arts and crafts community of Biggar and the surrounding area.

To encourage and promote inclusivity and links between local groups.

To develop opportunities for local, national and international artists to demonstrate their talents in Biggar and the surrounding area.

To create a sustainable festival framework for future years.


For further information about the organisation behind the festival view a copy of our constitution here.