From: Snowdrop Music [snowdrop1_dot_music_at_virgin_dot_net]
Sent: 01 March 2010 21:16
Subject: Fw: Burgess Hill Fairtrade & Freedom Festival
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We have had two stunning events during this Fairtrade Festival. 180 students from all the Schools and Colleges in Burgess Hill put on a Fairtade Variety show which was fantastic and played to a full College hall and on Sunday evening George Alagiah hosted a Fairtrade debate with local politicians which was very stimulating and interesting. About 150 people turned up - who said public meetings were dead.
We are now on the final run in to our big festival weekend with some of the biggest names in Acoustic music coming to the Martlets Hall on Friday and Sunday and a really popular ceilidh band on Saturday evening.
BOOKING LINE 01444 242888.
Please come along and support Fairtrade and Stop The Traffik and have a brilliant time as well (invite some friends as well)!
Friday 5th March
Acoustic Fairtrade
This features Phil Beer (one half of acoustic duo Show of hands) hopefully with Miranda Sykes; 3 Daft Monkeys and Rob Halligan & Gareth Davies Jones
Doors open 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start.
Tickets 14.00
This will be an amazing evening of real passion, protest and frenetic rhythm. A not to be missed night.
Saturday 6th March    - only about 50 tickets left for this one
Grand Ceilidh
Back by popular demand is ceilidh band ASHA. Last year they took dancers through a storming evening of fantastic dancing. This is great entertainment and it is really worth booking early for this event.
Doors open 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start
Tickets are 9.00 each (or 8.00 each when you buy 4 or more)
Food is available separately.
Sunday 7th March
Folk, Fairtrade & Freedom
This is our 4th benefit gig for Fairtrade & Stop The Traffik as we seek to raise money to help the campaign against the modern slave trade.
What a line up!
Chris Wood (BBC 2 Folk Singer of the year 2009); Martin Carthy, Norma Waterson (one quarter of Waterson Carthy) and Chris Parkinson; and Julie Hall. Both Chris Wood and Julie Hall are SEFAN members.
Also don't miss our Fairtrade Fair on Saturday 6th March from 10.00am to 3.00pm
Entrance is free.
Thank you.
Robert Eggleston
Burgess Hill Town Fairtrade
0794 779 2033