Festival Fund Raiser at Bedworth Rugby Club 28th January
featuring – Jan and Terry Wisdom
Thanks for the 2014 festival everyone. I really enjoyed myself
Home after another lovely Bedworth Folk Festival. Just time to put my feet up before a new boiler is fitted tomorrow and Wednesday! The excitement never ends.
Just wanted to say what a brilliant weekend we had at the Festival and “Thank you” for everyones hard work in organising it. I think we managed to visit all of the venues during the weekend and enjoyed everything. It was as Malc said just like one big family. We thought Antony John Clark was brilliant and a refreshing way to end the festival but this is not to under value the contribution of the other artists. Well done!
We had a lovely time on Saturday especially at the big sings. It was good to catch up with a few folks we haven’t seen for a while and, at last, I got to see Anthony John Clark live!
What a great festival yet again. Thanks Malcolm and Co.
Our nominated charity this year is The Bedworth Branch of The Royal British Legion to whom we will be donating £200- more news here soon.
What a fantastic weekend we had, Bedworth is such a lovely festival full of good friends, great singing & excellent performers. We were especially impressed by ‘The Glorious Madness’ which gave us a thought-provoking hour.
Roll on Bedworth 2015
Thank you very much Malc & Gill for a very well organised event, as usual. We very much enjoyed our day, Gren Morris and Sam Stephens.
Lovely time at the festival singing as part of Thrup’nny Bits and with so many brilliant singers. Big party really. Thanks to all involved.
Just a quick thank you to the people of Bedworth Folk Festival and of course a MASSIVE thank you to John Hare for being a good sport. The total raised by his Facial hair shave was……………………………..£239.56
So very impressive, this will go directly to the Whitby Lifeboat. It will be handed over during Whitby Folk Week as part of our annual fundraising for them. Thank you all very much – Graeme Knights
what a great weekend, many thanks to all the team who put this together, made us so welcome. New friends made, old friendships freshened. just what its all about!
A big, big thank you to you & Malc, Gill for organising such a lovely, friendly, enjoyable festival again this year. We had a fantastic time
Brilliant day at Bedworth festival thanks to Malc, Gill and all concerned. Lovely to see people we haven’t seen for years and others who it’s always good to see. Great singing great songs great people. Thanks again. See you soon Marje x
We are delighted to say we have had a fantastic response to this years festival and now only have a couple of spaces (for campervans only) left on the Caravan and Campervan parking area. There is a nearby campsite (Wolvey Caravan and Camping Site) that you can use link is HERE
UPDATE – As we have already had a number of questions about how far away the Wolvey campsite is here is a link to The AA route – it is 4.3 miles and 11 minutes away HERE IS THE LINK TO THE AA PAGE
A rare opportunity to see a reunion of the fantastic duo of Keith Donnelly and Martin Oram as “WATERFALL” in the Saturday evening concert at Bedworth Folk Festival.
“Waterfall – The Flight Of The Day (UK 1977).
Waterfall were an English acoustic folk duo and this album, recorded in 1977 was a perfect showcase for their talents. Traditional and original melodic folk music, played on guitars, violins and mandolins that captures that rustic atmosphere perfectly”
Waterfall – And For You
Anthony John Clarke & Dave Pegg will be doing the very last spot of the festival this year in the Arts Centre Sunday evening, also in the same concert will be the inimitable KEITH DONNELLY and fantastic local act CAROLE PALMER & MARIA BARHAM
Sunday full day tickets just £16 for a full day of music AND this excellent concert!