Links to other sites

Here are some relevant, related, useful or just interesting sites

Mardles: A fantastic organisation promoting traditional music and dance in Suffolk and surrounding counties.

East Anglian Traditional Music Trust: A great organisation promoting East Anglian traditional music and dance.

Phil Davidson Instruments: A fantantic Instrument maker. Stan has a wonderful concert Uke made by Phil.

Chapel Guitars: Another fantantic Instrument maker. Not just guitars but Mandolins, Bouzoukis and Ukes. Steve also does repairs and restorations. Stan has a wonderful Tenor Uke made by Steve.

Mikesound Recording Studio: A recording studio in Henley Suffolk run by Mike Briggs. Mike is a long standing and well known member of the Suffolk Folk community and has vast experience both in recorded and live sound.

Webfeet: A really good site about dancing, bands, festivals and all things "folky".

The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS)

Richard Robinson's Tunebook: A site with hundreds of traditional tunes in GIF Format.

Digital Traditions Folksong Database Search Page: A database of folk song lyrics and tunes

Melody Lane Songbook: A wonderfully done site with tunes and lyrics to old time songs

The Village Music Project: A research project to collect traditional tunes

Whitby Folk Week: A really wonderful folk festival in a traditional seaside town.

Holmfirth Festival of Folk: A folk festival in the town of "Last of the Summer Wine".

Shepley Spring Festival: Another folk festival in near Holmfirth.

Everyman Folk Club & Wheatstone Concertinas: A lovely friendly folk club in the Riverside Centre Stratford St Andrew near Saxmundham, a great venue, excellent guest spots and floor spots; well worth a visit

Milkmaid Folk Club: Another great folk club this time in the west of the county, in Bury St Edmunds. Again excellent guest spots and floor spots; well worth a visit

Harmony Assistant: A great Music editor software package. Very comphrehensive, very reasonably price and good after sales help. We used this to do our books.

George Formby Society: A nice site all about George and his Society.

Dennis Taylor's Ukulele Banjo Pages: A wonderful site with lots of information and images of vintage and modern Banjo Ukes.

Nonsuch Dulcimer Club: The Dulcimer Club based all over Britain

Radio 2 Folk Website: A very large site with lots of information on folk and acoustic music.

Hedingham Fair: Karen Cater and Colin Cater of Sible Hedingham, Essex set up Hedingham Fair in 1997, as a vehicle for Karen's art. Karen set out to explore visually the mystical and popular heritage of the British Isles through images used principally as greetings cards and T-shirts.

Jolly Box: All things Melodeon and Accordion ish sales and repairs run by Dave Jolly

The Box Place: All things Melodeon and Accordion ish sales and repairs run by Theo Gibb

Sproughton Folk: A great site about events they organised all over Suffolk, including Long Sword Dancing, Ceilidhs and concerts.

Lancashire Musuems, Queen St Mill and Helmshore Textile Musuems: Links on this page via industrial heritage button to 2 great museums especially Queens St Mill in Burnley, a really must visit.

Our Favourite Bands and Artists: The people we play with in pub sessions and bands and performers we enjoy listening to.

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