1. Begin forwarded message:
Date: 30 September 2008 12:47:29 BDT
Subject: Mainly Ceilidh Dance Club.
Horsham. Friday 3 October 2008
As you may know we are hoping to
get an energetic ceilidh club going in Horsham. It will not seek to
compete with the hugely successful Godalming GBH and Haywards Heath Meltdown
Ceilidhs but we should like to build a ceilidh crowd in Horsham and so expand
the opportunities for dancing.
In order to provide that extra
opportunity we are scheduling our ceilidhs for Fridays (the first Friday in the
month) rather than Saturdays.
Bob already runs a successful
folk dance club in Crawley on alternate Tuesdays and there are similar clubs in
Horsham on some Saturdays and Mannings Heath on 2nd Wednesdays but we hope that our new venture will be for
more energetic dancing and will grow to support live
If you would like to enjoy a
lively ceilidh in Horsham once a month then come along to the first night of the
Mainly Ceilidh Dance
Club at the Tythe Barn, Pondtail Road
RH12 5EZ. It is near the junction with Haybarn
The club will begin with a
scratch band so musicians will get free
entry. But recorded music will
also be used so that musicians will get a chance to dance too. We hope, as
the club grows, to be able to employ local bands so, by helping get the club
started, musicians will be creating a new employment
As experienced dancers we
recognise that we benefit from expanding the number of dancers so we will
encourage dancers to change partners often so that new dancers can learn from
the more experienced.
If you would
- an extra opportunity to
- or to learn ceilidh
- or to play for ceilidh
then come along this
October and let us see if we can get the
Wear comfortable shoes and bring
something to drink.
We look forward to seeing
Byng & Bob Weddell
come along to the first
session on 3 October and get a voucher for the next Meltdown Ceilidh at Haywards
Heath that gives you £1 off a full price ticket on 11 October . Band: PEEPING
TOM and caller Pete Rees.
Date: 30 September 2008 11:52:02 BDT
Subject: Bob Kenward and Roger Resch
Wealden Ramblers (aka that well known and much loved duo Bob Kenward and Roger
Resch) will be appearing
at St Mary’s Church, Willesborough, Ashford Kent on Saturday 1st November at 7.30 p.m. in a concert of “Songs
Tickets are £5.00 on the door.
this is Willesborough not the Parish Church of a similar name in Ashford Town
Please try to support what could be an occasional venue for folk
song run by this Church group.
3. REMINDER -
This Friday, 3rd
October at Chequer Mead, East Grinstead
with Robert McEntee
Penny Allen - General Manager
Anthony John Allen - Chair of the board
SOUTH EAST FOLK ARTS
Charity registered in England and Wales No:
Company Limited by Guarantee No: 5114495 registered in
89 Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton, BN1
Tel. +44 (0)1273 541453