Scorton Bikes and Barrows Festival

Scorton Bikes and Barrows Festival

Scorton Bikes & Barrows Festival is back for its 9th year this coming weekend. This quirky May Day bank holiday festival is a must for families, cyclists, runners, walkers and visitors wanting to enjoy a day out.

Scorton Bikes & Barrows 4-6 May 2019

It’s an action packed weekend with events to suit everyone – families, cyclists, runners, walkers and visitors wanting to enjoy a day out.

The main feature of the Festival is the decorated bicycles and wheelbarrows displayed throughout the village.

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This year will see an appearance from the popular Mr Wilson’s Second Liners, a colourful and theatrical New Orlean’s style band who have recently featured on BBC 6 Music. The band will feature along with several others in a 2-day music extravaganza on the playing fields, complete with beer tent! As usual with this popular festival, Scorton will be donned with decorated bicycles and wheelbarrows; some are themed, some relate to current affairs and some are just good fun!

Scorton Bikes and Barrows

Some are themed, some relate to current affairs and some are just plain wacky!

Scorton Bikes and Barrows
The 2014-2015 Rose Queen with her retinue of Florence Cray, Holly Diggins, Isobel Harwood, Isabel Pollitt, Tallulah Birchall, Olivia Jordan.

Scorton Bikes and Barrows Festival

A fun event with something for all the family. Attractions include:

Have-a-go archery, falconry, 2-day music festival, a popular dog show, classic and sports car displays, food & craft fairs, children’s games, 10k run and mini fun run, donkey rides, Rose Queen day, wheelbarrow racing, pop up cafe, musical concerts, beer tent, art exhibition, brass band concert and morris dancing. There really is something for everyone.

Refreshments are served all weekend by wonderful local volunteers and the village always puts on additional parking to help ease traffic in the village.

Festival chairman Kevin Morley says: “Bikes and Barrows showcases the delights of Scorton and raises money for village projects so we hope that lots of people will join us and enjoy the fun over the bank holiday weekend. It’s a great example of the village coming together and putting on a fabulous display for residents and visitors alike. There are so many events to please all tastes; we hope people turn out in force over the weekend and have a good time.

For a full list of all the events and timings please visit or

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