Newbold Village Scarecrow Festival

Newbold’s very first Scarecrow Festival is shaping up to be a great day out for all the family. Opening on Saturday, 26th October a trail of scarecrows will lead visitors around the village highlighting some of the many interesting features to be found in this normally sleepy village which lies just outside the historic market […]

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Wedded Bliss!

Roots, Folk On The Farm’s very own community choir performed at it’s first wedding recently when members were asked to sing at the nuptials of the son of two of its members. Set on the Kendrick’s farm, the choir sang a range of songs from its current repertoire including a specially arranged version of Lavender’s […]

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The Big Summer Sing

What could be better than a warm summer evening sitting in the grounds of an ancient manor house listening to an eclectic mix of good music and wonderful harmony singing? We can’t guarantee the warmth, but we can assure you of a great evening’s entertainment when three local community choirs come together to support top […]

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Big Summer Sing

It’s going to be a glorious summer whatever the weather and we’re celebrating with a BIG SUMMER SING! Top Australian harmony band, Salvation Jane Reunited will top the bill with support from local choirs including ROOTS Community Singers and Concordia with other choirs expected to join in over the coming weeks. The Big Summer Sing […]

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ROOTLINGS At St Joseph’s Tea-Rooms

As there were only seven of us we could hardly be termed a choir so for this little gig so we became ROOTLINGS and what a lovely event it proved to be. The brain child of Pete Burnham, who keeps the Leicestershire Folk Diary, the event began with a pleasant walk to Blackbrook resorvoir.  Returning […]

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