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STOP PRESS - Updated 26th June 2022
Here is the latest news on Cornwall's folk scene. We will publish here items received since the last issue of the magazine came out.
FISH FACTORY ARTS
Rob Burns who runs the Fish Factory Arts project in Penryn also produces a weekly email newsletter listing many folk sessions and events. Many news items here, and in the magazine come from Rob and we are very grateful to him for his efforts in providing information on the Folk scene in Mid Cornwall.
For more details visit www.fishfactoryarts.space
NEW IRREGULAR FOLK SESSION
At the New Inn, Tywardreath PL24 2QP on Sunday afternoons in the marquee in the pub garden
These are trial sessions held about once a month
Contact Folk in Cornwall for more details.
FOLK IN CORNWALL SUMMER 2022 ISSUE
Issue 22 is now out. Posted to clubs and subscribers on 27th June.

Please contact us if you would like some copies

The folk scene in Cornwall is coming back to life after the pandemic this year with many clubs, events and festivals planned for the summer.

NEW FOREST FOLK FESTIVAL
This small family run festival is back this year for its 10th anniversary from 6th to 10th July. For details see the advert in issue 21 or visit: www.newforestfolkfestival.co.uk
CORNWALL FOLK FESTIVAL
Our very own Folk Festival is back and this year has a full programme. It runs in Wadebridge over the August Bank Holiday from Friday 26th to Monday 29th of August.

Some highlights are:

Friday 26th August: O'Hooley & Tidow + Du Glas (Town Hall); Angeline Morrison (Betjeman Centre)

Saturday 27th August: Dougie Maclean + Brother Sea Three.

Sunday 28th August: Merry Hell + Winter Wilson (Town Hall); Mike Silver with 'Past Imperfect: The Journey Between The Songs' (Betjeman Centre)

Monday 29th August: Granny's Attic + Handpicked

More details from www.cornwallfolkfestival.com

ST IVES SEPTEMBER FESTIVAL
Folk music is once again a central theme of this festival - another planning to have a full programme this year. For details see the advert and feature in issue 21 or visit: www.stivesseptemberfestival.co.uk
PENRYN OPEN MIC SESSION
At The Famous Barrel, Thomas Street, TR10 8JP on Thursday evenings. This is a long established 'open mic session'and jam run by Luke Clayton all styles welcome, register with Luke when you arrive. Information 07724 902576