Celebrate Woking is an established annual calendar of community  events, which attracts in excess of 200,000 visitors to a range of free,  family-friendly events.  Woking Remembers is a year long programme of cultural activities to commemorate two significant national centenaries in 2018. We mark 100 years since Armistice Day ended the horrors of WWI and also celebrate 100 years of British Women's right to vote.

Our two signature festivals are Party in the Park and the multi award-winning Woking Food and Drink Festival.

A number of other cultural events take place during the year, including Diwali and Remembrance Sunday in Jubilee Square, as well as Summer Sounds at Woking Park’s bandstand.

Thank you to all who attended events during 2017 - probably our most successful year to date. You can find some highlights in our gallery section.

Celebrate Woking is looking forward to entertaining you with a ‘Cultural Extravaganza’ of interesting talks, walks and exhibitions to community activities in 2018, so keep up-to-date with what's happening around the Borough by using our calendar of events.

 

 

 

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RT @wokingcouncil: Take home a free #tree and find out more about our new Tree Strategy and Management Policy on Wednesday 28 November in Mercia Walk, Woking Town Centre. Find out more here: https://t.co/Em9XEUp8XM #WeAreWoking @WokingLocalFood @SurreyWT @CelebrateWoking https://t.co/VrkPwQXqO6

RT @Ypres2018: Our final day began with a Poppy Parade through Ypres to Menin Gate. We are humbled to be a part of such a spectacular event. This parade was a beautiful way to end an emotional, but inspiring trip. We hope this stays with the scouts forever and that they will always remember. https://t.co/UriXKOXMqL

Residents & visitors at Brockhill & The Vyne Community Centres were entertained with poetry & songs from World War One. Valerie & Chris from Wind and Words delivered a beautiful show & afternoon tea was enjoyed by all. #WW1 #RemembranceDay100 pic.twitter.com/qYX7jhfii1