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R. Padgett Saddleworth Festival 2005 (84* d) RE: Saddleworth Festival 18 Jul 05

On way to recovery the drips should be removed tomorrow (joking of course)

Well what a weekend and the weather held out marvellous

Scowie in good form and Theresa Tooley!

Excellent singing in the Wagon and playing, very well attended

My workshop on collecting building a repertoire got to page 2 of 6 nicely participative (nice word)

How is Eileen can you keep us posted! (steward of Eileen and Maurice fame) not very well after an operation I think

Got to Manchester ballads just, I was running session in Wagon and they wouldn't let me leave I gave it to Jude Knight!! Many thanks to Stephen and Maggie from Denby Dale lovely input also Mick McGarry and Trim Rig and Doxy very strong singer/melodeon player

Interesting workshop on Sydney Carter from Sylvia Needham

Colcannon were never off stage even at the Cross Keys, brilliant they went down a storm final concert

Pat Ryan and Ken Howard hadnt spoken to Pat for over 20 years altho seen from a distance and i dont get to Fylde very often caught up with them at the Museum and guess what Colcannon impromptu with em Pat more than ready for retiring from day job held her back from singing

Barrie and Ingrid go from strength to strength, so does the beer so sorry if I missed you you were probably buying me beer all weekend!

Marie Little sang as if her life depended upon it what an energetic performer, full of life and her very funny women's song she slays 'em

So Saddleworth next year put in yer diary!! Weather booked again

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