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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Step We Gaily!

The Folk On The Farm barn dance turned out to be one of our most successful events yet with over sixty dancers skipping along to the jolly jigs and reels of the Derbyshire Ranters. Packington Village Hall was the venue and in spite of the cold and somewhat snowy night, tickets sold right up the […]

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Horse Meat Burgers? Well That’s Value For You

So Waitrose is now in on the horse meat scandal or should we say pork since it’s pork which has been found in their “beef” meatballs.  It’s about time the British woke up to the fact that mass produced food is designed for one purpose only and that is to make as much money as […]

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Folk On The Farm’s community choir, Roots, was out in force during a pre-Christmas carol tour which resulted in £171.43 being raised for local charity, Hospice Hope. Sixteen members and friends visited local pubs in the area singing a mixture of harmony folk carols and established favourites which encouraged audience participation. The choir, which meets […]

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Our pre-Christmas sing outs proved to be hugely successful with some great feed back coming from our various audiences so well done everyone who took part and joined in with the various activities. Swannington Windmill Our festive voices got into gear at Swannington Windmill Victorian market when a small team of singers were asked to […]

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