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Love Barnaby Festival?

Want to make Macclesfield a better place to live, work and play?
Can’t believe how much of the festival is FREE?
Would like to volunteer but don’t have time?

Please support us by making a donation.

Macclesfield Barnaby Festival Ltd is a Registered Charity, created with its community and powered by volunteers.  We’re on a mission to enrich arts and culture in the town, and all contributions are very gratefully received. It only takes a few moments and you will feel really good!

If you are a UK tax payer, please contact mail @ to increase the value of your donation by gift aid.

We’re also very grateful to those of our supporters who are able to donate a regular amount – weekly, monthly, or quarterly – which makes a huge difference to our ability to budget. If you’d like to give a regular amount, please contact us on sponsor @

Thank you from the whole Barnaby team!


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Support us

Macclesfield Barnaby Festival is a Registered Charity, powered by volunteers.  As well as raising money from public funds, trusts and foundations and receiving gifts from individuals, we rely on financial support and sponsorship from the private sector.

Since 2010 we have reinvented the centuries-old tradition, raised the town’s profile as a creative place and helped make it Macclesfield a better place to live, work and play.  That has to be good for business!

In-Kind services

Could your company help us ‘in-kind’ by offering services free of charge? For instance, we are hugely grateful to Janhill Estates who have provided us with an office, free of charge, since 2013.  In Kind support can be valuable to Barnaby Festival whilst being less onorous to the donor.