Hitchin’s Rhythms of the World calls for volunteers to get involved

PUBLISHED: 08:27 16 February 2018 | UPDATED: 08:39 16 February 2018

Daniel Scotcher's photograph of the Rhythms of the World 2015 crowd from a crane.

Daniel Scotcher's photograph of the Rhythms of the World 2015 crowd from a crane.


Rhythms of the World is back – that’s the message from the Hitchin charity music festival ahead of its annual meeting on Monday.

Rhythms will be showcasing all sorts of musical and artistic talent this year, and the organising team have put out the rallying call for volunteers to get involved.

The annual meeting is from 8pm on Monday night, at Club 85 in Whinbush Road.

A ROTW spokesman said: “We will be announcing our plans for the 2018 festival and want as many of the community to be involved as possible.

“Let’s make this year the best yet! Come down on the evening and find out about all our plans and, most importantly, volunteering opportunities.

“No need to book – just turn up and we look forward to seeing you.”

Rhythms initiated its return to the Hitchin calendar with WestFest, at the Westmill Community Centre, in October.

To find out more, have a look at rotw.uk.

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