Cultures of Walsall Festival – 25th September 2016


Caldmore Village Festival Group presents…

Cultures of Walsall

Cultures of Walsall is a spectacular festival promoted by Caldmore Village Festival Group to celebrate Walsall’s diverse heritage.

The festival incorporates a fusion of music, dance, food and cultural activities from many of the Borough’s communities. It is a family-friendly event that includes a children’s funfair as well arts and craft activities throughout the day. Sports tournaments in cricket and football will take place to ensure there is something to suit all tastes and interests.

There is a special competition for all of the family based on discovering the different cultures of Walsall with a prize draw at 3.45pm.

Entry to the site and stage area as well as to the community tents and activities is absolutely free.

The festival this year incorporates the Caldmore Carnival Procession. If you would like to join the Carnival’s colourful parade as it makes it way through Caldmore and Palfrey on the way to the Festival site please come and join the carnival crew in Caldmore Community Garden in Carless street in Caldmore, WS1 3RH at 2.30pm. Joining in is free and everyone is welcome but children should be accompanied by adults. Come as you are, in your national dress, in carnival costume or even dressed up as you favorite character.

The Carnival procession will arrive in the park at 3.30.

It’s going to be a great day. We look forward to seeing you there!

Flags Out for a Diamond Festival

The first Diamond Jubilee bunting event took place on Saturday 10th March at The White Hart Gallery on Caldmore Green. Bunting is being made to line the streets of Caldmore in the run up to the Diamond Jubilee Festival event taking place in June.

If you would like to take part and make some bunting Jain will be able to offer groups an introductary workshop and then you will be able to take materials away in order to make the bunting ready for the end of April. Alternatively if you would prefer to make bunting from the comfort of your own home, the size required is 34 x 34 x 34 cm’s and you can then deliver your completed triangles at Caldmore Housing on Caldmore Green. 

Jain will also be planning another drop in bunting making workshop in April so keep in touch to find out more!   

For more information or to find out how you can take part in making bunting for the festival please contact Jain on 07854 935 600 or email her on

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We Dig It – March 2012

All are welcome to take part in the next Caldmore Community Garden ‘Dig-It’ event, next taking place on 31st March 2012 between 10am and 4pm. The garden is now also open every Thursday between 10am-4pm for all, so why not come along and get your hands dirty!

Caldmore Community Garden, located next to Caldmore Community Primary School off Carless Street in Caldmore.

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The next Caldmore Clean Up – TOMORROW!

Community Clean Up!

Make a difference to your local community and help keep Caldmore Tidy.

Saturday 1st October 2011

10:30am – 1pm meeting @ Bath Street Centre, Caldmore, Walsall, WS1 3DB

Come and join us for the 5th Caldmore Clean-Up! Meeting at the Bath Street Centre for registration, collection of pickers and high-vis vests not forgetting to order the all important lunch! The tidy up will start from 11am.

A free lunch will be provided at the Bath Street Centre to all volunteers. Tea will also be provided throughout the event at IN TOUCH Mobile 43 Brace St, Caldmore.

Caldmore Village Festival 2011 – TOMORROW!

It’s now upon us – months of planning, negotiating, fundraising, profile raising, developing, shaping, Monday night Samosa’s and pleanty of love for Caldmore – yes for the second year running it’s Caldmore Village Festival!

We hope to see you all over the next three days for what promises to be something rather special. If music, entertainment, creativity and curry is your bag then you are in for one hell of a weekend. Check out the 2011 programme…CLICK HERE FOR THE WEEKEND PROGRAMME

Over the last seven days things have started to heat up, kicking off with the Walsall Mela at Walsall Rugby Club last weekend…

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Hope you enjoyed the pics…we would like to thank our every faithful Walsall Flickr Group for coming along and capturing some quality moments too, the pics can be seen here…

Also this week has seen the judging for both the DesRes Best Frontages Competition and the Top of the Shops comp for the best business frontage, winners to be announced at the festval but for now we thought you might like to see a picture of one of the judges in action – Ali from Caldmore Traders Association   (

Top of the Shops

Shop or Business Frontage competition 2011

We want Caldmore to look its very best for this years Village Festival at the end of May.  So we’re running a competition for the best business or shop frontage in the area.  The winner will receive a plaque for display on their premises and be featured in local press.

You can nominate yours or a neighbouring shop for the Caldmore Top of the Shops competition.  The only criteria is that the shop or business must be in Caldmore.

 Fill in the form below and return it to us care of Caldmore Housing, 18 Caldmore Green by May 23rd

CLICK HERE for Top of the Shops entry form!