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Harvest Home Summer Sing Out

We’re celebrating the harvest with an a capella Summer Sing Out.  Led by Keith Kendrick from the Derby Traditional Music Club, we’ll be singing suitably harvest type songs and rounds. You don’t need the voice of angel, just the ability to have some fun! We’re following up with a communal picnic and a Harvest Bring […]

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Calling Time – Live At The Railway Inn Moira

They’ve played at our events, they’ve played at the Ashby Arts Festival and now they are playing at the Railway Inn, 31 Ashby Road, Moira, Derbyshire.  Tel: 01283 217453 Calling Time are one of three acts heading up a pre Moira Furnace Folk Festival event on Thursday, 18th August, 7.30 pm.  Singing a mix of […]

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Another Glorious, Summer Sing Out – Lammas Ale

Folk on the Farm celebrating Lammas with a Summer Sing Out of harvest songs

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COME TO OUR LAMMAS ALE AND CELEBRATE THE START OF HARVEST!

Everyone knows about harvest festivals which celebrate the end of harvest, but did you know that not too long ago our ancestors celebrated the beginning of harvest by baking bread from the reapings of the first corn and having a bit of a knees up? If like me you think the ancients had the right […]

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A Pleasurable Start To Folk On The Farm Choir

Around twenty singers took part in the first of our Summer Sing Outs which are being run as taster sessions to gauge interest in more regular sessions taking place in the village school. Led by Keith Kendrick from Derby Traditional Music Club, our main song was a three part harmony of Abroad For Pleasure or […]

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