Hampshire Voices - Hampshire's enduring legacy of folk song.

YOU'LL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS UNIQUE EVENT
NOTE: CONCERT TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!!!

"SONGS IN THE FOREST"

in Village Hall and Christ Church, Emery Down,
near Lyndhurst, Hampshire

Saturday, 12th November, 2011

AFTERNOON in Village Hall from 12noon-6pm
Exhibition of Period Photographs and related information
Curated by How We Used To Live local history group
Teas and Coffees will be available – Admission Free

AFTERNOON in Christ Church, Emery Down from 3pm-5pm
Workshop on Carols collected in the Forest
Come along, join in and sing
Run by Mike Bailey and members of The Madding Crowd
All Welcome – Admission Free

EVENING CONCERT OF FOLK SONGS
Includes songs collected in the New Forest over 100 years ago
In Christ Church, Emery Down at 7.30pm
(Seating unreserved - doors open 7pm)
Featuring: Geoff Jerram, Tim Radford and The Askew Sisters
SOLD OUT

MAP and PARKING INFORMATION here

Organised by Paul Marsh and featuring members of the Hampshire Songs Group this concert and associated events will highlight the work of George Gardiner who collected folk songs extensively in Hampshire over 100 years ago, with over 200 songs and carols collected in the New Forest .

Paul Marsh tel. 01962 713608. voices@forest-tracks.co.uk

Download Flyer/Poster PDF front and back

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