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My guru always said Banbury Folk Fest 10-12 Oct 2014 (UK) (17) RE: Banbury Folk Fest 10-12 Oct 2014 (UK) 19 Oct 14

Well, that was a lovely MudGather up at Drayton, wonderful memories once again!

Thanks so much to everyone who came, sang, didn't sing, chatted, laughed, explained themselves, brought chocolate & ate chocolate!! Thanks too to Merek'n'Dary for programming us in again to their Fab Festival and for the yummy chocolates *grin*

Also huge thanks to Nick & Lesley for hosting us all at Drayton over the years. This has been such a welcoming and friendly venue and campsite, we will miss you!!

As always, my apologies for the delay in posting the Register, it's been a busy week! Here it is:

My guru always said
Guest John Morris
Guest Jon Hare
Robbie Wilson
Guest Rosie Marshall
Marion.h & Steve
Sue the Borderer
Jock o' Dreams
North\South Annie
Guest NutterMum (not registered?)
Guests Martin & Steph
Guest Martin Burke
Herga Kitty & The Horologist
Wild Flying Dove
John McLinton
Guest Graham Collins
Windhover Weaver
Lenny's Mum & Malcolm
Selchie (RH)

Also at Fest & Apologies from:

Merek'n'Dary probably a little busy!!
Richard Atkins
Splott Man & Dame Patti Smith EPNS (elsewhere)
Mrs Scarecrow & Mr Scarecrow (surprise family visit)
Paula t
Acorn4 & Julia (MC'ing)
Tig (sent apologies)

As always, there'll be Catters I've missed who were at the Festival - who'd I miss this time?

Wishing you all safe journeys & good health till the next time!

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