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Folk at the Farm - what a great day!


What an amazing day last Saturday at the first Folk at the Farm festival at Acton Scott Museum! A fantastic showcase of artists, musicians, storytellers and craft people showcasing Shropshire and it’s rich folklore. Thanks to everyone who came along and helped make the day such a success :)

FOLK at the Farm 2019 Whalebone Shropshire

FOLK at the Farm 2019 Whalebone Shropshire

FOLK at the Farm 2019 Whalebone Shropshire

FOLK at the Farm 2019 Whalebone Shropshire

Folk at the Farm today!

Come along! 

Folk at the Farm Festival Today

Saturday, July 20th, 2019

Folk at the Farm - performing Understories 10am - 7pm
Acton Scott Historic Working Farm
Church Stretton, Shropshire SY6 6QQ [map]
Price: Various (see below)

A festival in a day- celebrating the traditions and talents of Shropshire and our near neighbours. A gentle, acoustic festival with performances, family activities, art displays, talks, artisan craft stalls, food, local ale bar, relaxation space and farm animals in the backdrop of the famous Victorian farm and tranquil Shropshire hills.

We are performing Understories at the festival - our collaboration with poet Jean Atkin on the lesser known Shropshire Folklore :)

Advance Adult £15

Advance Under 16 £5

Advance OAP £9

Advance Family Admission (2 adults & up to 3 children) £30

Ticket online booking: tickettailor.com or pay on the door!

 

Folk at the Farm this Saturday! A festival whatever the weather!

Great features in The Cleobury Clarion and Bridgnorth Journal on the Folk at the farm Festival this Saturday at Acton Scott Museum - 10am - 7pm - it's a weather proof festival cause of the fantastic venue there's lots of indoor spaces, so if it does rain, it doesn't matter!

Come along and listen to storytellers, poets and musicians, take part in workshops, hear talks on Shropshire's trio of influential women folklorists Mary Webb, Charlotte Burne and Georgina Jackson, experience Shropshire's superstitions in the Caravan of Curiosities and loads more!

And, the farm is open too, so say 'hi' to the working horses, chickens, pigs, goats and farm animals galore 🐴🐥🐔🐷🐮🦃🐖🐓🐑

Folk at the Farm Festival

Folk at the Farm Festival

 

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