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Rochester Sweeps (UK)

growler 04 May 08 - 04:33 PM
VirginiaTam 04 May 08 - 12:56 PM
kerry and Mandy 04 May 08 - 06:16 AM
naughtyforty 04 May 08 - 04:45 AM
The Barden of England 04 May 08 - 03:36 AM
Richard Bridge 04 May 08 - 03:35 AM
growler 03 May 08 - 04:58 PM
Mrs_Annie 03 May 08 - 07:18 AM
The Barden of England 03 May 08 - 05:02 AM
Richard Bridge 02 May 08 - 07:46 PM
GUEST,synbyn 02 May 08 - 12:37 PM
GUEST,Girl Friday 01 May 08 - 08:04 PM
growler 01 May 08 - 03:25 PM
Dead Horse 01 May 08 - 10:40 AM
GUEST,charlotte the oast ouse opper 01 May 08 - 10:27 AM
The Barden of England 01 May 08 - 09:39 AM
growler 30 Apr 08 - 03:22 PM
melodeonboy 30 Apr 08 - 10:41 AM
Richard Bridge 30 Apr 08 - 10:40 AM
melodeonboy 30 Apr 08 - 10:35 AM
Dead Horse 30 Apr 08 - 09:04 AM
GUEST,dillie the oast ouse opper 30 Apr 08 - 07:49 AM
GUEST,The Input 30 Apr 08 - 05:26 AM
melodeonboy 30 Apr 08 - 05:17 AM
Richard Bridge 30 Apr 08 - 02:47 AM
GUEST,dillie the oast ouse opper 29 Apr 08 - 08:02 AM
The Barden of England 29 Apr 08 - 05:18 AM
Girl Friday 28 Apr 08 - 07:23 PM
growler 28 Apr 08 - 04:35 PM
Mick Woods 28 Apr 08 - 05:00 AM
GUEST,matt 28 Apr 08 - 04:42 AM
growler 27 Apr 08 - 05:16 PM
Girl Friday 27 Apr 08 - 04:39 PM
growler 27 Apr 08 - 03:26 PM
GUEST, Richard Bridge 27 Apr 08 - 02:08 PM
GUEST, Richard Bridge 27 Apr 08 - 02:04 PM
GUEST,woodsie 27 Apr 08 - 11:44 AM
The Barden of England 27 Apr 08 - 11:32 AM
The Barden of England 27 Apr 08 - 11:30 AM
GUEST,Arnie at work 27 Apr 08 - 11:25 AM
Carol 27 Apr 08 - 09:09 AM
melodeonboy 27 Apr 08 - 09:04 AM
Girl Friday 26 Apr 08 - 05:14 PM
growler 26 Apr 08 - 04:57 PM
GUEST, Richard Bridge 26 Apr 08 - 07:39 AM
fisheye 26 Apr 08 - 04:52 AM
GUEST, Richard Bridge 26 Apr 08 - 02:20 AM
GUEST,The Input 26 Apr 08 - 01:28 AM
GUEST, Richard Bridge 25 Apr 08 - 06:06 PM
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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 04 May 08 - 04:33 PM

Tam, With a voice like yours, I don't think that you need to be in awe of anyone. You are welcome at The Good Intent at any time


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Subject: BS: Rochester Sweeps 2008
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 04 May 08 - 12:56 PM

Just wanted to say thanks to John Barden and others at the Good Intent, for making me feel so welcome Saturday afternoon, Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Thanks also to Gastove for helping me with Summertime at the Kings Head Saturday. I always start singing in too low a register, so accompaniament is always welcome.

Music in the sessions ranged from rousing to thought provoking to hilarious and mildly obscene. I am in awe of so much talent.

This is my first time actually posting on Mudcat. I have been visiting since at least 2000. But never posted, so I hope I am doing this correctly.

I don't know if anyone will be attending the Leigh on Sea festival http://www.leighfolkfestival.co.uk/ . It would great to see (and hear)any of the people I heard this weekend again at the Peter Boat on Friday 28th or Saturday 29th June.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: kerry and Mandy
Date: 04 May 08 - 06:16 AM

hi guys
we had afab time and will be there again today at some point.
see you at the good intent, i dare say.
great weekend so far.

quidnunc aka kerry, mandy & stuart


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: naughtyforty
Date: 04 May 08 - 04:45 AM

Maria and I both had a great time - first time at Rochester for Maria. Unfortunately, our train journey home was horrendous - we had to change onto buses twice!!! We eventually got back about 11.10pm having left Rochester about 8.00pm!!! Such is life though. Good Intent was brilliant as ever - looking forward to the next session there.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: The Barden of England
Date: 04 May 08 - 03:36 AM

It will be 14:30hrs today for the mid-day session as Gastove has a 'plugged in' session from 15:00hrs to 19:00 hrs, then we start up again at 20:45hrs (but I bet they start straight after Gastove). I failed last night as only managed until midnight, but the music was still going on when I fell into the land of nod.
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 04 May 08 - 03:35 AM

Another good night at the Good Intent. Mayhem when we got there at about 2100 hrs, but the bar gradually quietened and some of those more determined to shout conversation over songs left. Nice to see No Worries playing, and Gastove produced a wonderful very restrained guitar accompaniment to one of Linda Smiths's songs. The button pushing and so on in the garden continued with gusto all evening. The Shrimpers Ale also worthy of commendation, a bagful of flavour and only 4.1% so even drivers could have four halves over the evening and enjoy their drink.

A good range of beers from the Nelson Brewery in the back of the Eagle. The Rochester at 3.7% light, refreshing, and very drinkable. Large range of beers in the Gordon but I was unable to stay since there was electric American music.

The Folk Factor seemed to be a great success - my daughter and friends wanted to come in only to be very firmly told by security staff that it was a 96-seater auditorium and there were 96 people in there so they were not getting in. A number of truly excellent performers. Keep an eye out (indeed both eyes out) for Rocas, the group and overall winners. A standout performance and very original arrangement of a traditional English song, 5 great YOUNG musicians (all multi-instrumentalists) - and the penny has belatedly dropped for me that the bodhran player (also played other instruments) was the girl who used to win all the under-14 bodhran championships (apart from the ones that the young Brown boy used to win). The result of their recording session will I am sure be a CD to be valued. If there is justice in the world this band is going places.

Quite apart from Pam Tilling (the solo winner) there were also two other excellent female singers, in no order of preference, Kate Holland (also young) who produced a note-perfect unaccompanied Scottish traditional song that riveted the entire auditorium, and Paulette Sheard who sounded very like Shirley Collins. It was interesting to note that contenstants performing traditional songs had apparently come to the tradition through the playing and singing of their families, so maybe oral transmission is not wholly dead yet. Maximum respect to all of the contestants.

It was also noteworthy that some of the sides dancing had not so much just a gaggle of musicians as full on bands with them and there were some fine pieces of music from time to time to be heard in the street too.

Pigs Ear ("with friends") were doing sterling service outside the City Wall winebar. They should twist the arms of all those who book to play at little festival (which I eagerly await) to do a guest spot on their stage at Sweeps, IMHO.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 03 May 08 - 04:58 PM

A good session Friday. The bar was packed and another session going on in the garden. I have just left JBs session, which is due to end at 2,30, unfortunately he doesn't know that there are 2 - 2.30s in any one day, John chose the wrong one, (02.30hrs )


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Mrs_Annie
Date: 03 May 08 - 07:18 AM

John
Please make sure you keep it going till Sunday night. ;)

Looking forward to our first visit :)


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: The Barden of England
Date: 03 May 08 - 05:02 AM

The Good Intent session finished at something o'clock this morning. My word, how am I going to keep up the pace!!! I'll give ita good try.
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 02 May 08 - 07:46 PM

It's off to a good start. The Good Intent tonight was not bad at all, and the beers were tasty.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,synbyn
Date: 02 May 08 - 12:37 PM

just a word on trains- don't be put off by the route changes, though the Swanley line is out, they're running through Strood direct to London , accessible via Lewisham, and getting off at Strood gives you a short walk over the Medway (using the bridge if you must) to the cathedral end of the festival- much more convenient than waiting for buses! See you therrrrr!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,Girl Friday
Date: 01 May 08 - 08:04 PM

Our Ben has a similar honour. One of his prizes for New Roots is supporting RTB at Redbourn on October 7th


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 01 May 08 - 03:25 PM

Ruff and Reddy have the honour of sharing the bill with RTB, or is it the other way round. ( I dont think so )


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Dead Horse
Date: 01 May 08 - 10:40 AM

And I be Owen The Bank, on account of "flittin off to the land of dem Cajuns" and wont be in the black again until next year when I get the urge to flit off once more.
Its a never ending cycle, huh?
(and NO, I dont intend to cycle to Louisiana next year)


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,charlotte the oast ouse opper
Date: 01 May 08 - 10:27 AM

well now, I'm getting VERY excited, and am looking forward to seeing Boggarts breakfast Morris (AMAZING border side) come all the way from Sheffield. Should be good stuff.

of course, Kent Korkers and Pork Scratchings are pretty good. ;0) As are offucmduns ;0) he he.

Charlotte xx or dillie. depends how you know me!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: The Barden of England
Date: 01 May 08 - 09:39 AM

Looks like Ron Trueman Border is part of Gastove's Sunday afternoon at The Good Intent, so there will be no cross over after all. Look forward to seeing him again.

John Barden


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 03:22 PM

Owen Tudor got the refund


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: melodeonboy
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 10:41 AM

Good one, Richard!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 10:40 AM

The price of Wales was paid by Owen Glendower.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: melodeonboy
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 10:35 AM

More than you could afford, Dead Horse! Although judging by the number of times you flit off to the land of the cajun, you must be pretty well-breeched!

I did, of course, mean The Prince of Wales.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Dead Horse
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 09:04 AM

So the chances are that I will be driving one of those ******* rail replacement buses.
Hey, Melodeon Boy. What exactly IS the price of wales?
Could it be a new whaling shanty or is it more politically motivated :-)


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,dillie the oast ouse opper
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 07:49 AM

this article below was taken from the Kentonline (Kent Messenger) website earlier today - and regards the travel arrangements (or lack thereof) this weekend which might affect people's ability to get to sunny ol' Rochester!
getting really excited now :0)

Charlotte x


Hundreds of Kent rail passengers could face major disruption over the May Bank Holiday because of repair work .

Trains to and from London will be disrupted on Saturday, May 3, and Sunday, May 4, and will be subject to time changes and, in some cases, replacement bus services.

The work, part of Network Rail's £10bn improvement programme, is described as essential.

Iain Coucher, Chief Executive of Network Rail, said: "Our message to passengers is to check before you travel. We'll be working closely with the train operating companies and National Rail Enquiries to provide the very latest information both online, via help-lines and at stations."

Worst affected will be Kent passengers wanting to use Liverpool Street, Waterloo and Euston because of work to extend the East London line near Liverpool Street.

The disrupted routes in Kent will be from London's mainline stations to Swanley, Maidstone East, Ashford International, Chatham, Sittingbourne, Faversham, Canterbury East, Dover and Ramsgate.

Replacement bus services will operate between the following locations

• Orpington and Swanley calling at St Mary Cray.

• Otford and Swanley calling at Shoreham and Eynsford.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,The Input
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 05:26 AM

No Tim Edey this year? Heaven forbid!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: melodeonboy
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 05:17 AM

I hope to see as many of you as possible at the singarounds/sessions at the Good Intent. If you haven't been before, come and give it a try. I know you'll come back for more!

In case the map in the festival programme is not clear, the postcode is ME1 1YL. The pub is about five minutes walk from the Star Hill end of the pedestrianised High Street. Once you find the Man of Kent, it's another 200 yards or so.

Were I a self-publicist, I'd also mention that Jumbo Gumbo, Kent's zydeco band, will be playing on Sunday 4th at Expectations (near the bridge, Rochester side) at12.30 p.m. and at The Price of Wales (near the bridge, Strood side) at 8.30 p.m., but as I'm not, I shan't!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 30 Apr 08 - 02:47 AM

I am pleased to say that Royston will be down, so some of the stuff that "Roger the Chorister" used to do (obviously not including the stuff to which Jacqui was essential) may be in some of the sinagrounds.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,dillie the oast ouse opper
Date: 29 Apr 08 - 08:02 AM

hello all

firstly, the camp site is at fort pitt grammar school (it's not an art college but a nice ladies grammar!) (i went there! - ok so maybe the 'ladies' who come out of it aren't really ladies and aren't that nice.)

Secondly, the parking situation is normally not that bad if you get there early, so morris people can normally find a place, but if the civic centre does close, that could present come problems!

If you have a disabled badge, and don't mind rocking up early, then the casino rooms car park had wuite a few disabled, which I learned about as my dad is one of the blue badge elite. :0)

don't forget to check out hartley morris singing in the gordon house hotel during the day on satruday - should be as good as ever!

and then there's always sun up at bluebell hill picnic area at 5.32am on thursday to get you all in the mood, it's when Jack will officially wake up. :0)

take care and see you all friday night! :0) xx

Charlotte xx


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: The Barden of England
Date: 29 Apr 08 - 05:18 AM

Thanks for that Sue. Looks like you're right, and all those things do take place in the Public Bar. I'm going to nip in and have a listen, and I'm sure he won't drown us out in the other bar. Anyway it'll be good to see him again.

John Barden


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Girl Friday
Date: 28 Apr 08 - 07:23 PM

RTB tells me that he's got a gig in there on Sunday night. Expect that'll be in the Public Bar.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 28 Apr 08 - 04:35 PM

The Good Intent Sessions run from around 13.00hrs, till falling over time, and is about 800 yards from the station


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Mick Woods
Date: 28 Apr 08 - 05:00 AM

On Saturday trains go back to Kidbrooke/Eltham (via Dartford)at:

20:20
20:48
21:20
21:48
22:28

So if you get down there at about midday you have plenty of time to enjoy the fun!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,matt
Date: 28 Apr 08 - 04:42 AM

this is all very exciting, my first sweeps!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 05:16 PM

The Good Intent has it's own car park and there are areas within 150 yards of the pub, where you can leave your car


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Girl Friday
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 04:39 PM

They plan to close Strood Civic Centre on May 23rd. Who knows what will happen to the car park ? Surely there must be a plan for 2009.A lot of Morris people use the Strood car park. It is possible to use the Car Park off of the ring road - is it Corporation Way? You would need to get there really early though. There is loads of parking up near the Good Intent, providing all the singers don't fill it up. The train service is very good, but trains don't run all that late. There used to be parking in the lorry park and cattle market, but they are short stay, so ok for day trippers.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 03:26 PM

Arnie
There is loads of parking round the Good Intent, where you would be most welcome


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 02:08 PM

Actually, it's pretty stupid that one cannot put tents on the green patch by the Esplanade, or on the sports ground at the bottom of Short's Way, or cars and campervans on the former dockyard.

Apart of course from the security problems with the youthful indigenes.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 02:04 PM

Just don't miss the last train home!!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,woodsie
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 11:44 AM

Richard - there's an excellent train service to and from kidbrooke (change at Dartford) So you can have a good drink and not worry!!!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: The Barden of England
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 11:32 AM

You can park near or by The Good Intent Arnie, and I reckon it's earer the High Street thna the Strood car park behind the Prince of Wales.
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: The Barden of England
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 11:30 AM

I shall be there as usual Richard, I shall just have the caravan at the back of the 'Good Intent' so the B&B is going to be available. Geordie Porgie is interested in one of the nights.

Grayling House
54 St. Margarets Street
Rochester
Kent
ME1 1TU

01634 826593


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,Arnie at work
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 11:25 AM

Shame there's no car parking to be had as I would have liked to pop along for Saturday aft/eve sessions. You'd think that a city the size of Rochester could organise a few park & ride car parks like Canterbury. Still, Bram Taylor is appearing at the Deal folk club on the Friday night (not so subtle plug) so that's a bit of consolation!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Carol
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 09:09 AM

Fabulous weekend I think my favourite when we lived in Hertfordshire, but a long way from East Yorks.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: melodeonboy
Date: 27 Apr 08 - 09:04 AM

I don't want a camp site; I can fall onto one of the late trains to Sittingbourne. I was just trying to be helpful!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: Girl Friday
Date: 26 Apr 08 - 05:14 PM

Fisheye, George,and Babs. Afraid having disabled badges will get you nowhere during Sweeps Festival. There's free parking in Strood, but you'll be lucky to get a space in any of the carparks that may be open. If you intend spending you time in The Good Intent, it would be a good idea to park up there.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: growler
Date: 26 Apr 08 - 04:57 PM

Shirt Murderer, what do you want a camp site for


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge
Date: 26 Apr 08 - 07:39 AM

Ah, splendid Fisheye. Thank you for the loan of your guitar - would this be a good weekend to swap back? I've got yours playing somewhat better but the string spacing is still a problem for me, with the action at its present height, and It won't go any lower without major surgery which I was not going to do without telling you!

It has got a big round bass, and lots of volume, plenty of sweet, but there is something about the character of the sound that does not wholly ding my dong.

I took it to one event (apart from that it has stayed in the house) and although there were several guitar nuts there, no-one noticed what it was, although they were enthusing about the vintage of a younger, less good, Yamaha!

I'm going to have to borrow that other fellow's L'Arrivee now to see whether I want that - although I have got my eye on something else on ebay if it does not go up too high!


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: fisheye
Date: 26 Apr 08 - 04:52 AM

hi all, George, myself and babs will be there saturday, and this year we have nice blue disabled badges, so parking should be a lot easier.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge
Date: 26 Apr 08 - 02:20 AM

It used to be at the Art school - I think you can get there on foot from the roundabout between Star Hill, City Way, and New Road, across the grass, but to get there by car you drive along New Road for about 300 yards until you see the Roffen Club on your left, ignore the unmade road on your right, then take the next right up to the Art school and behind the Art school (as you can see by approaching from this direction) is another school and that used to be the one that had the camping, the Moor and Coast tent, and the ceilidh (they had Whapweasel one year) and occasionally there used to be an event called the Folk Club there hosted by Rainham Folk Club (Maz and Dan Hobday)(they had Kimber's Men one year).


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST,The Input
Date: 26 Apr 08 - 01:28 AM

Sorry melodeonboy, I stand corrected. Is it the borrom of City Way that I meant? The long road down the hill to the roundabout? I see that it's for invited sides only. If you're going from afar, and there's not more that a car full, they're usually sympathetic.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge
Date: 25 Apr 08 - 06:06 PM

AFAIK campsite only for invited sides and booked artists.


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Subject: RE: Rochester Sweeps (UK)
From: melodeonboy
Date: 25 Apr 08 - 05:19 PM

I didn't know there was a campsite! If there is one at the college, then that will be at the top of Star Hill, not the bottom.


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