The Junction Pub in Rainford boasts great music, good food, superb location, brilliant staff, with live music on nearly every evening. They host open mic evenings and are keen to provide the community with opportunites to perform and enjoy great music.
Paul Draper the owner, is very kindly donating the PA system and providing the technical support for The Junction Acoustic Garden Stage. The Junction is also hosting the Open Mic sessions on their stage to provide opportunites for everyone to get involved and perform on Festival day! If you want to bring your instrument along, you may get a chnace to play!
Unifrax are a world wide energy saving solutions company who have a location in Rainford. The company take their links with the community very seriously across the world and have continued to support Rainford Summer Festival for the second year running.
Mahood Marquees provide a comprehensive range of Marquee solutions in Lancashire, Cheshire and the UK to accommodate any event. We provide marquee’s for weddings, parties and a wide range of functions, from small occasions to large corporate and public events. The company is situated in Rainford and is supplying all the marquees for Rainford Summer Festival.
Communications Plus own and operate 16 O2 Franchise Stores, a Business Team, an O2 Open Team and a CRM Team. The company head office is set firmly in Rainford Village and has been built up by former Rainford High student Steve Roberts. The Festival is proud to have 02 on board and help celebrate their successful local business.
George Wright Brewery
Award winning Rainford based family business George Wright Brewery are kindly creating a special Summer Festival brew which will be available on the day. Last year it went down a storm and we are thankful to the brewery for their support again this year. Another successful former Rainford High student 'Gary Wright' is chief brewer at the family owned business.
Local Life publishes four colour glossy A5 magazines each month in Wigan, St Helens, West Lancs and Chorley, and is the leading publication of its kind in each of these areas. In 2013, the company donated £1,500 in grants to local community groups in Wigan, West Lancs and St Helens, and we also help numerous community groups and charities by publicising their events to our readers via Local Life and to our followers on Twitter. Don't forget to say hello to them at their stall on the day!
Golden Child provide a range of back to school clothes for primary and secondary schools and are located in St.Marys Market, St.Helens. All our festival T-shirts have been kindly printed by Golden Child with much thanks.
Situated in Rainford, Inglenook Farm is a lavender and chamomile farm, with craft shops, aromatherapy and a farmhouse cafe. A Craft and Farmers market is held every month. They are proud to support the festival and are keen to work with the community and the High School.
Make sure you check out the varied stalls within the Inglenook Tent, from Guitar making to African artifacts to beautiful hand-made garments and gifts to their own botanical cream and oil range along with farm shop goodies.
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