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  • 15th July - Musicians and Singers wanted for Peace Camp Event

    From Tom Foxe via Bridget Lely of Norwich Folk Club:
    On Saturday 15th July, the annual Norwich Peace Camp and Peace Cycle takes place at the Forum in Norwich. It is not party political, and I'm looking for musicians to play acoustic-type music and/or sing outside for short sets (30 min max) between 12.00 noon and 1.00pm and between 1.15 and 3.00 p.m. There will be a small sound system, not suitable for big bands/rock music. Songs of peace and love will be particularly welcome but anything cheerful will do. There's no money, and I can't promise huge publicity. Those interested can mail me tom7railway@yahoo.co.uk or phone 07729 893150
  • Folk East - Correction and Apology

    In the February issue of Mardles, the assertion was made that Folk East was not inviting local morris teams to the festival this year. This is not true: many local teams were invited, and at least five were able to come and have accepted.

    This was a misunderstanding arising from an earlier statement from the organisers that some local teams who had danced at the festival for the last three years were not included this year.

    Folk East, while being a festival on a national scale with visitors and booked guests from all over the country, makes a point of including significant local contributions in all parts of the festival.

    We apologise for the factual error and for any perceived threat to the good reputation of Folk East.

    Anahata
    Mardles editor, SF webmaster

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