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GUEST,Pierre Le Chapeau Knockholt Forever Autumn (587* d) RE: Knockholt Forever Autumn 15 Aug 09


Hi Reedpuffer
There are no bands booked we comprise of a mixture of musicians of various diferent talents who assemble at this site twice a year. Numbers increase has the days go by.
We start on the Wednesdayand finish on the Sunday the dates for the next event are listed on the above threads. We do charge for camping. See site listed below.

In the evening we sit around a bonfire and sing songs. Basically when the stick comes to you can can sing or simply pass it on to the next person.
There is a field. toilets. and a Pub and thats it.Its located on one of the highest spots in glorious Kentish country side better known has the Garden of England.
The main body of folk that attend come from the Eltham Folk Mob Folk Club in Eltham south east London. Go to folkmob.com if you are interested in joining us.
There are other folk from other clubs and Morris men/women from the medway towns of North Kent.Its a great four day event if you dont mind roughing it putting up with gale force winds and driving rain.
And like Beer? when the weather is fine at Knockholt it is glorious which for much of the 7 years and 14 times I have attended it has been. In day time I spend much time cooking meals thast are a challenge for the campsite site inbetween going down the local pub called The Tally Ho.
Regards Pierre Le Chapeau.


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