You can register at any time. However class entries will not be open until October 17th.

Choosing the correct profile when you log on will help us ensure you are sent the correct attachments when your entry is confirmed. It will also help us fulfill our statutory requirements for Northamptonshire County Council.

If you are entering someone in Year 11 or below please read Rule 2 and Performance Licence information.

  Organisation Profile
School representatives 
Teachers entering school pupils
 Teacher Profile
teachers of private pupils 
Entrant Profile

Open Choirs and Entrants aged 16 or over

Parent/Carer Profile

for all other competitors aged 16 or under

If you have ordered anything online you should find the process simple to use.
If you do not get a response in 24 hours
(after checking your spam box)
If you have entered a Festival Online through RunMyFestival,
even if it was not OUNDLE, select
Please check your profile is correct.
You will find the individuals and groups you have saved before.
You can delete previous entrants.
If you have changed your email address since last year, please contact so that I can update your email.
Paper entry 
We would encourage you to make your 2020 entries on-line, as this will save admin time, but paper entry forms continue to be accepted.
If you have submitted a paper entry in the last 3 years your information is held on the system. To make an online entry this year 
contact  so that you can become an existing user.
  You do not have to complete the entry process in one session. 
You can read our Help Guide by clicking the links below or the pdf can be printed.
 As well as accepting online payment we will continue to accept payment by cheque. 
If the Festival is unable to accept an entry the entry fee will be refunded in full. If a competitor withdraws before the Timetable has been finalised, a full or partial refund may be made at the discretion of the Festival Committee. No refunds will be made after the Timetable has been published.

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