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Soldier boy Holmfirth Festival of Folk 6-8 may 2011 (74* d) RE: Holmfirth Festival of Folk 6-8 may 2011 03 May 11


Thanks Chris for renewed connection to website.

So you see Tyke I don't need to learn all that techno-bubble stuff because some kind person will always come along to help me out.

Bye the way, when you look on the website at the festival 'timetable' the first colour shaded timetable relates to Friday's events, the second to Saturday's and the third to Sunday's. Hope that makes everything clear in case anyone was confused.

And ossonflags me old mate you had better be there or I will march through the streets in protest! See you in The Elephant and Castle no doubt Mick lad.

And for those not wise to the workings of this brilliant Yorkshire festival, once time is up in The Elephant and Castle (or wherever)and concerts etc those of us who are not quite ready for bed head for The Old Bridge Hotel for a final civilised and very well behaved singaround/playaround session and then the wibbley wobbley procession of late birds takes a short meander back to the campsite.

Actually now I think about it I think that the late night in The Old Bridge Hotel might have been just on the Saturday night last year and that it shut shop earlier on the Friday.

Can anybody else advise on this please?

Many thanks

Chris


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