After a long break we're back with some great summer workshops on the farm ... take a look at ...

Shanties at the cross keysShanties In The Garden

Friday, 27th August, 2021
7.00 pm
Rousing songs of the sea and other watery ballads led by Cap'n Vollar!

Roger Jackshon sing bluegrass
Sing Bluegrass!
17th - 19th September, 2021
led by
Roger Jackson & Sue Pomeroy

Poetry Tea Party
Poetry Tea Party
Coming Soon!
Led by
Sue Kendrick


  • Shanties at the cross keysShanties In The Garden
    Ahoy there!  We are thrilled to announce we are hosting the good ship Cross Keys shanty session. Come and join the crew in the garden for an evening of rousing sea shanties and watery songs from 7.00 pm, Friday, 27th August. There’s no charge, but bring your own chairs and drinks. If you need directions, send a message!   […]
  • Sing Out For Lammas
    Sing Out For Lammas! Lammas is traditionally celebrated on the 1st August and marks the start of the corn harvest. We’re a little bit late with our celebratory singing workshop, but whose bothered by a few days! SUNDAY, 8TH AUGUST, 2021 10.00 am – 4.00 pm Boden Brook Farm, 87 Worthington Lane, Newbold, Coleorton, Leics. LE67 8PJ COST: £25 inc. Tea/coffee, biscuits etc Julie and Amanda from Calling Time will be leading us, teaching a selection of harvest type songs in three or four […]
  • Roger Jackshon sing bluegrassSing Bluegrass!
    Join us for a magical weekend of singing out the summer in the heart of the Leicestershire countryside. Expert tuition in bluegrass harmony singing from experienced workshop leaders Roger Jackson and Sue Pomeroy, fabulous food, campfire singing and great company … WHAT’S NOT TO LIKE! Bushwell Farm 7 Melbourne Road, Newbold, Coleorton, Leicestershire. LE67 8JH ONLY 2 PLACES LEFT BOOK YOURS HERE! Our Leaders … We will be led by our expert leaders, Roger Jackson and Sue Pomeroy. […]
  • Tales and Ales with Calling TimeTales & Ales With Calling Time
    Calling Time, aka Julie and Amanda will be heading up a lovely folky evening featuring a whole range of songs from the tradition or from Julie’s own set of self penned ballads which often portray the plight of jilted lovers, murderous highwaymen, drowned sailors and many other purveyors of the unsavoury aspects of the human condition so you are assured of a jolly evening! If you have a tale to tell yourself, either musically, poetically or by ‘telling’ we would love to hear it […]
  • Poetry TeaBetter Days Coming Soon – Poetry Tea Party
    It’s been a miserable year for social events, but there are plenty of signs to indicate that better times are coming our way. Here at Folk On The Farm we are looking forward to running a variety of events and workshops beginning with a Poetry Tea. This will take place in the farm garden and revolve around a sumptuous cream tea consisting of homemade and locally sourced cakes, scones, jam, cream and sandwiches. To keep you entertained Sue Kendrick and Lois Crofton will invite you to take a […]