This page links to web sites for venues and other folk resources in
East Anglia and useful resources nationally.
For a more comprehensive listing including sessions, singers, musicians,
callers and dance bands consult the latest copy of
Peterborough Folk Diary - what's on in Peterborough, North
Cambridgeshire, South Lincolnshire, East Northamptonshire and West
Club links page
Norfolk Folk - a list of
folk clubs, sessions and resources in and around Norfolk. Liable to
be out of date - check details carefully.
guide to folk music, storytelling and dance events in Norfolk and
North Suffolk. A new (in 2009) and very well-maintained looking site.
East Anglian Traditional Music
Trust, a voluntary organisation based in Suffolk, which aims to
promote awareness of and participation in the folk music traditions
of East Anglia.
Arts Ipswich lists many
arts venues and organisations in the Ipswich area.
Constant Billy Trust "To
advance the education of the public - especially schoolchildren, and
provide facilities and resources for the promotion of traditional
folk arts and culture"
Hedingham Fair (Colin
and Karen Cater)
produce books, cards, T-shirts and other goods featuring folklore
and traditional customs and music. They support and participate
in the work of folk music organisations:
EFDSS, Morris Ring, Morris Federation, Open Morris, Folk Arts
Network, and annual cycle of folk festivals and events.
The Wireless which includes Mike
Norris folk music slot Mondays 7-9pm.
Moving Tone contemporary
acoustic music in the Cambridge Area.
Hobgoblin Music Acoustic
and Folk Music Specialists
JollyBox (Dave Jolly)
melodeons and concertinas: new, second hand, tuning and repairs.
manufacture, tuning and repairs (based in Suffolk!)
West End Music a Music
Shop in Ipswich.
Con Rendell - Luthier based
in Manningtree, Essex.