The Cheltenham Design Festival is set to return

The Cheltenham based festival celebrating design is set to return after a three year break.

As an agency we are really proud to be based in the Festival Town of Cheltenham and we were really excited to hear that the Design Festival is making a comeback...

The Cheltenham Design Festival is set to return to our festival town following a three year break in which the Design Council focused on its summer school programme, to bring together the very best design minds and talent.

Running from 1-3 November at the Parabola Arts Centre, the festival is set to celebrate all things design and focus on the positive impact it has on communities as well as our day-to-day relationships - We couldn't agree more!

A total of 18 speakers including Patrick Grant and Yoko Sen, will be taking to the stage to discuss 'How to use design to do good' as well as touching on topics ranging from the textiles industry to public policy. 

We are passionate about encouraging young people and were delighted to find out that there will also be a variety of workshops available to students as well as a session hosted alongside the Gloucestershire University to prepare students for their future careers. 

Interested in getting your ticket? Find out more information here. We just even go ourselves yet, so if you see us make sure you stop and say hello!

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