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  • Information for Disabled Users | FolkEast
    rate Disability Living Allowance DLA with 1 free ticket for a personal assistant to accompany them at the festival We do ask that you email us first at info folkeast co uk so we can make sure that we are able to provide for your disability and that you apply for your tickets By Post and attach an accompanying letter You will be required to provide evidence of DLA Please read before booking Glemham Hall is a working estate and the Parkland is used for grazing cattle throughout the year FolkEast regrets that due to the uneven ground the site may not be suitable from some physically less able people The organizers have experienced the difficulty of travelling around the site using mobility aids and have taken on the board the problems faced Heavy duty mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs are recommended There are no hard pathways on the site and the ground when dry has dips and holes which can be hazardous Prolonged periods of rain could make the land inaccessible This year we are proposing creating pathways that are tightly mown and with extreme holes filled in with wood chip These pathways should provide a more comfortable route to the main areas of the site They will still not be suitable for some mobility aids and light weight wheel chairs and pushchairs These pathways could also become very muddy in heavy rain Each year we hope to improve and develop our disability facilities in order to make the site more accessible for all the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter com Qo5PH9Pr73 About 40 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/information-for-disabled-users/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Heritage Arts and Crafts | FolkEast
    include a thatcher a traditional upholsterer blacksmith boat builder signwriter and musical instrument maker to name a few Our aim is to promote and showcase the work we do share resources and have a cost efficient means of promoting our businesses which are often tucked away in rural Suffolk where we can be found working from barns in the middle of nowhere to sheds at the bottom of the garden Demonstrators from the Suffolk Heritage Skills Consortium include The Little Upholsterer The International Boat Building Training College Otis Luxton Luthier and Ian Sedge Signwriter Con Rendell Con designs stringed instruments for people that reflect their personality His customers range from classical musicians early music enthusiasts folk musicians buskers composers and music teachers to healers One of the key characteristics of his instruments is their playability this quality allows the player to achieve more musically and express themselves more fully At FolkEast he will be in the Art Arcade demonstrating how to construct lute or mandolin bowls the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/heritage-arts-and-crafts/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Small Folk | FolkEast
    Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Summer 2015 Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs Small Folk FolkEast is a family friendly festival with plenty of entertainment for children of all ages including organised workshops storytelling circus skills and a place for them to hang out and when they are ready for bed the storyteller will be there to weave them a bedtime story Over the weekend Suffolk Wildlife Trust will be on hand to engage children in educational wildlife activities Suffolk Wildlife Trust website STORY SHACK Make a book make a story boat make a new character write find an author read a book come on in and play See where your imagination takes you Story Shack website the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter com Qo5PH9Pr73 About 40 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT JaneBrace 1st acts announced 4 quirkily brilliant FolkEast elizacarthy blowzabella andyk irvine theyoungunstrio safeconcerts com news 2016 fe About 2 hours ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT mandyprint

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/small-folk/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Welcome to the Art Arcade! | FolkEast
    emotional attachment to my work I currently have framed work in galleries in Cromer and Wells next the Sea and I sell my greetings cards in independent galleries and shops in Norfolk and beyond www claire knight co uk Sally Hirst Is an established Norfolk experimental printmaker and tutor specialising in short edition prints and collages She describes herself as somewhat irreverent and always curious always learning and always experimenting She strives to create richly textured surfaces to depict their essence through the abstraction of colour shapes and typography overlapping forms and textures www sallyhirst co uk Sally will be running drypoint workshops on both Saturday and Sunday morning during the festival As places are limited booking in advance will be necessary Details at the information tent on site Annie Rice Annie has been a professional artist and tutor for over 20 years she works in watercolour inks and mixed media often using paper and textiles to texture her paintings Annie enjoys the flowing nature of wet in wet watercolour and its transparency She has built an excellent reputation as a tutor in landscape painting both here and abroad During the festival she will be taking small sketching parties around the festival site and running a water colour workshop Come and draw your very own momento of the weekend your very own room with a view www anniericeartist co uk Celia Hart Celia uses traditional block printing techniques to carve and hand print lino and woodcuts Her inspiration comes from observing the landscape wildflowers and animals while walking the ancient paths Roman roads and Saxon dykes along the Cambs Suffolk border near her studio in the south west corner of Suffolk The limited edition prints and distinctive cards are sold in galleries in East Anglia and around the country www celiahart co uk Darren Breeze Most of Darren s work is made using locally sourced native timbers although some timber is bought from local sawmill and estates he also liberates timber from friends and colleagues firewood piles direct from tree surgeons even salvages from scrap furniture Although some of his work is the more traditional craft style his passion is in the more artistic work He has sold his work privately to collectors in the UK and Internationally over the last few years but after a successful series of public exhibitions and gallery events in 2012 he decided it was time to make his work more widely available to the public www ddbreezeturning co uk Jilly Pettican Jilly makes items using woods that are eco sourced and with her husband and son enjoys coppicing and such like for the Wildlife Trust and Greenways Project She makes coasters from logs which are sliced and plaques and pendants from hazel branches with pyrography burned into the wood designs and celtic knotwork patterns Sarah Butters Sarah learnt to knit when she was nine and has been unravelling knotted balls of wool ever since Spinning and felt making are her passion creating spun yarn

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/welcome-to-the-art-arcade/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Morris, Mummers & East Anglian Step Dancing | FolkEast
    has been written about Morris Dancing but there is still some dissension as to its origins It is generally considered that the term morris probably came from the French word morisque meaning the dance which then became the English moryssh moris and finally morris It has evolved over the centuries but always remains part of many social occasions in rural England and is enjoyed as a colourful and symbolic spectator event At FolkEast we have a range of Teams to entertain you over the weekend and the sides will also be offering workshop sessions so you can get involved Morris is not for the faint hearted though It is physical demanding and can be dangerous but as yet the health and safety elf has not cottoned on to the hazards of swords sticks and hankies being brandished in public places So be prepared This year we are delighted to also welcome back the East Anglian Steppers with Lindsay and Ella Beal running a workshop on Saturday morning The Sides will also be joined by the Thameside Mummers Perhaps it s the coming together of tradition dance music costume performance and friendship that makes Morris Dancing great to watch Whatever it is Morris is alive and well and kicking its way back into the nation s consciousness 2014 Morris Sides Golden Star Pretty Grim Rattlejag Sunday 17th August Chris Rose of Rattlejag will be offering a talk on researching traditional dances in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Hageneth Fiddlesticks Saturday only Haughley Hoofers Sunday only Dance Workshops Morris Dance workshops will be held daily East Anglian Step Dancing workshop to be held on Saturday 16th August the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/morris-mummers-east-anglian-step-dancing/ (2016-02-15)
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  • On Site 2014 | FolkEast
    News The Tree Photo Gallery Reviews 2015 Programme Supporters Eastfolk Eastfolk Eastfolk Chronicle First Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Summer 2015 Edition Eastfolk Chronicle Winter 2015 Contact Monthly gigs Tag Archives On Site 2014 Morris Mummers East Anglian Step Dancing Posted on June 2 2014 by Becky Despite recent fears from some quarters that morris dancing could soon die out there are many groups across Britain dancing in various styles and traditions and there is currently a healthy enthusiasm from the younger generation Much has been written Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Tagged On Site 2014 Comments Off on Morris Mummers East Anglian Step Dancing the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter com Qo5PH9Pr73 About 40 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT JaneBrace 1st acts announced 4 quirkily brilliant FolkEast elizacarthy blowzabella andyk irvine theyoungunstrio safeconcerts com news 2016 fe About 2 hours ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT mandyprint planning for the FolkEast art arcade and marquees begins in earnest today Contact me

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/tag/on-site-2014/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Uncategorized | FolkEast | Page 2
    Mummers East Anglian Step Dancing Posted on June 2 2014 by Becky Despite recent fears from some quarters that morris dancing could soon die out there are many groups across Britain dancing in various styles and traditions and there is currently a healthy enthusiasm from the younger generation Much has been written Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Tagged On Site 2014 Comments Off on Morris Mummers East Anglian Step Dancing Photos by Patrick Stockley Posted on April 2 2014 by Kathy Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on Photos by Patrick Stockley False Lights Posted on March 31 2014 by Kathy False Lights the new project from folk visionaries Jim Moray and Sam Carter will debut this summer at FolkEast in the headline slot on the Sunset Stage on Sunday 17th August In development behind closed doors for several months a Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on False Lights Photos by Steve Wolfenden Posted on October 3 2013 by Kathy Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on Photos by Steve Wolfenden Photos by Kathy Baxendale Posted on September 13 2013 by Kathy Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on Photos by Kathy Baxendale Photos by Pete Heywood Posted on September 12 2013 by Kathy Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on Photos by Pete Heywood Photos by Andrew Smiley Posted on September 9 2013 by Kathy Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on Photos by Andrew Smiley FolkEast A Z Z Posted on August 22 2013 by Kathy It s tomorrow See you there 1 day to go Z is for zzzzzzzz Suzanne the Storyweaver Suzanne will be giving story and craft sessions and telling bedtime stories on Saturday and Sunday She has been working with children of Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on FolkEast A Z Z FolkEast A Z Y Posted on August 21 2013 by Kathy Can it be true Only 2 days to go Y is for the Young uns and You Tweet The Young uns Coming down from Teeside to play on Sunday are the Young uns a group who are fast becoming one of the Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on FolkEast A Z Y FolkEast A Z X Posted on August 20 2013 by Kathy Only 3 days to go X is for XL and Extras including Archery XL FolkEast will welcoming thousands of people this weekend some coming as individuals some families and some groups of friends But surprisingly our line up has plenty of Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on FolkEast A Z X FolkEast A Z W Posted on August 19 2013 by Kathy Only 4 days to go W is for Witches Workshops and more Where witches once walked On Saturday and Sunday night Historian Ivan Bunn invites you to the Church St Andrew a FolkEast fringe venue to tell the Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off on FolkEast A Z W FolkEast A Z V Posted on August 18 2013 by Kathy Only 5

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  • Tilly Dalglish | FolkEast
    Stage Friday 23rd August 2013 the folk at FolkEast 2015 FolkEast on Twitter RT grapevinelive The initial line up for FolkEast has been announced roll on August is what we say grapevinelive co uk 2016 02 1 pic twitter com Qo5PH9Pr73 About 40 minutes ago from FolkEast 2016 s Twitter via Twitter Web Client RT JaneBrace 1st acts announced 4 quirkily brilliant FolkEast elizacarthy blowzabella andyk irvine theyoungunstrio safeconcerts com

    Original URL path: http://www.folkeast.co.uk/tilly-dalglish/ (2016-02-15)
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