It might have been one of the chilliest May Day’s on record, but in spite of the un-seasonal weather, we managed to celebrate the start of summer in the time honoured way, with maypole dancing, country dancing and of lots of suitably Maying songs from the Folk On The Farm choir.
Our solo performers were also on top form with a great selection songs, poems and stories. 
Here’s the choir in action with the African welcome song, Fungay Alafia
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… and the Cuckoo song
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not forgetting …
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And the maypole being put to good use!
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Part time farmer, morris dancer and writer.

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