Wayfarers All!

It took almost two years to come to fruition, but the long awaited Wayfarers All CD of original music and song celebrating the National Forest’s long distance footpath finally launched at two local events beginning with the Swadlincote Food Festival. This very popular festival drew a large crowd many of which took the time to […]

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Travelling Folk At Swannington

Swannington Village Hall is the venue for a fun evening of folk music and song when it hosts The Travelling People on Saturday, 21st November. Tickets are £10 with proceeds aiding the Coleorton Volunteer group which maintains the local nature reserves.   For more information please contact Vera McDonald 01530 223456

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Pasty Faced Singers? Certainly Not!

Taking a break from rehearsing our latest harmonies, Roots Community Singers held a half term fuddle/social evening which included a pasty making challenge! Proving that singing and cooking go hand in hand we had a fantastic entry of savoury pasties which gave the hard pressed judges a difficult time in deciding a winner.  The honours […]

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The Last Wolf In England

A brand new production based on the Lady Jane Grey story, the luckless queen of only nine days.  This original work features Steve Cartwright, Debbie Morse and Simon Myhill with support from Jenny Bell on lute. It takes place at the White Horse, Seagrave on Thursday, 19th February, 8.00 pm.  Tickets £7.00 in advance, £6 […]

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Folk At St Joseph’s

Performers, listeners, instruments or not, songs, tunes, stories or poems all are welcome at St Joseph’s tea-rooms for a relaxed afternoon amongst like minded folk. Start time 2pm, finish 4.30pm with a cuppa at half time. There is a charge of £1 each towards the heating costs plus £1 if you would like tea or […]

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