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Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010

scowie 01 Jul 10 - 02:17 PM
Soldier boy 01 Jul 10 - 08:29 PM
Vin2 02 Jul 10 - 04:56 AM
GUEST,selby 02 Jul 10 - 05:10 AM
GUEST,yorky 02 Jul 10 - 08:02 AM
GUEST,Captain farrell 02 Jul 10 - 08:15 AM
GUEST 02 Jul 10 - 08:16 AM
scowie 02 Jul 10 - 11:44 AM
GUEST,SID 02 Jul 10 - 02:59 PM
scowie 03 Jul 10 - 02:49 AM
GUEST,Captain farrell 03 Jul 10 - 06:50 AM
scowie 03 Jul 10 - 09:12 AM
GUEST,Captain Farell 03 Jul 10 - 05:27 PM
GUEST,Vin2 04 Jul 10 - 08:01 AM
GUEST 05 Jul 10 - 01:26 PM
scowie 06 Jul 10 - 01:59 AM
r.padgett 06 Jul 10 - 03:02 AM
scowie 06 Jul 10 - 01:19 PM
GUEST,SID 06 Jul 10 - 02:10 PM
r.padgett 06 Jul 10 - 02:13 PM
Aeola 06 Jul 10 - 05:23 PM
scowie 07 Jul 10 - 05:20 PM
scowie 07 Jul 10 - 05:24 PM
Noreen 07 Jul 10 - 05:50 PM
GUEST 07 Jul 10 - 06:19 PM
Soldier boy 07 Jul 10 - 09:15 PM
GUEST,Captain Farrell 08 Jul 10 - 05:58 AM
scowie 08 Jul 10 - 06:12 AM
GUEST,Orson Trap 08 Jul 10 - 08:48 AM
r.padgett 08 Jul 10 - 10:10 AM
GUEST,Captain Farrell 08 Jul 10 - 11:52 AM
GUEST,Captain Farrell 08 Jul 10 - 11:53 AM
GUEST,Linda Kelly 08 Jul 10 - 02:28 PM
scowie 08 Jul 10 - 04:33 PM
Lenny's mum (inactive) 08 Jul 10 - 05:26 PM
GUEST,Orson Trap 09 Jul 10 - 08:47 AM
GUEST,Captain Farrell 12 Jul 10 - 06:40 AM
Pistachio 12 Jul 10 - 07:24 AM
scowie 12 Jul 10 - 12:46 PM
GUEST,Mike O'Leary-Johns 12 Jul 10 - 01:19 PM
GUEST,Orson Trap 13 Jul 10 - 03:55 AM
Vin2 13 Jul 10 - 09:43 AM
Vin2 14 Jul 10 - 10:41 AM
Noreen 14 Jul 10 - 05:20 PM
Phil Edwards 14 Jul 10 - 07:01 PM
Joe Nicholson 14 Jul 10 - 07:55 PM
Soldier boy 14 Jul 10 - 08:26 PM
scowie 15 Jul 10 - 01:28 AM
Noreen 15 Jul 10 - 02:56 AM
Noreen 15 Jul 10 - 03:10 AM
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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 01 Jul 10 - 02:17 PM

Our Captain, the redoubtable Mr Sid Calderbank, advises that "uz Lankies" will do uz talkin' afterwards! Them Tykes can't half talk a good fight.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Soldier boy
Date: 01 Jul 10 - 08:29 PM

Your Captain Calderbank could be a renegade traitor if he is named after The Calder. It's a YORKSHIRE river running through Halifax and Brighouse and stuff - I'd watch out if I was you when he realizes where his true roots come from!!!

Chris


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Vin2
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 04:56 AM

Here's one for you guys...anyone know where the expression 'in fine fettle' comes from ? I've a feeling it's something to do with the horsey profession but not sure and more important is it a Lanky or Tyke expression (or neither)....


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,selby
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 05:10 AM

fettling as far as i know comes from the iron and steel industry in particular when castings are made it is the process used to remove any pattern marks from the mould that are left on the final casting.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,yorky
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 08:02 AM

'Here's an example, from Anne Brontë's Agnes Grey of 1847, in the Yorkshire dialect speech of a servant: "But next day, afore I'd gotten fettled up — for indeed, Miss, I'd no heart to sweeping an' fettling, an' washing pots; so I sat me down i' th' muck —'


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Captain farrell
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 08:15 AM

General Yorkshire word for cleaning.In the textile industry fettler/fettle is the term for cleaning up a carding engine to keep it at its best to produce the best web therefore a better yarn is then spun.In Lancashire its a sexual term "I`ll fettle thee"don`t ask me for details I don`t Know.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 08:16 AM

Re I`ll fettle thee ask Scowie he might still remember fettling someone


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 11:44 AM

Yes, Scowie remembers it well enough, I've just forgotten which one of the ten score you were!
As for the word "Fettling" of course it's LANKY, but you know them there Tykes will pinch anything!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,SID
Date: 02 Jul 10 - 02:59 PM

"Fettle" - dress; ease; condition. (Tim Bobbin, Milnrow, Lancashire Dialect Glossary 1746). Also, Soldier Boy, should have listened in those geography lessons. There are TWO Calders, one is a big dirty polluted thing in Yorkshire the other a rather pretty, though smaller, river in Lancashire - Like me!(although there is a town near Edinburgh called "Calderbank" just to confuse everyone.) - SID


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 03 Jul 10 - 02:49 AM

Eh Up! The Tykes have all retired to deep cover somewhere in Darkest Yorkshire, their line having been absolutely ravaged by the wit and sheer erudition of our Great and Glorious Leader of Men, Mr Sid of Euxton City.
One does hope their wits return to them somewhat, perhaps even in time for the Battle!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Captain farrell
Date: 03 Jul 10 - 06:50 AM

I hotly dispute being one of Scowies ten score and he might agree for once with a Tyke.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 03 Jul 10 - 09:12 AM

Arn't you all fortunate that Scowie does not kiss and tell, so all You Tykes go ahead with your protestations,were used to them, and rest assured Captain, your secret remains safe with me.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Captain Farell
Date: 03 Jul 10 - 05:27 PM

Cheers


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Vin2
Date: 04 Jul 10 - 08:01 AM

Sounds like your all in 'fine fettle' f't battle. Two week to go !


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST
Date: 05 Jul 10 - 01:26 PM

Guest.......?.... Mike O'Leary-JOhns.............
GENTLEMEN,,,,,,,{ I use the term loosely of course { Very Loosely}.
Just remember you are after all CLOSE Neighbours and as such , should not be falling out.You really must patch up your differences.
Let Brotherly Love Prevail.
Mike.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 06 Jul 10 - 01:59 AM

MIke O-L "non-players off the green1" that means concerned parties only, all's fair in love and war, particularly The War of the Roses!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: r.padgett
Date: 06 Jul 10 - 03:02 AM

Looks like Scowie is starting a War wi't Welsh nah!!

Been busy at Cleckie recently and recording Mr Paul Child at the Battle of Sowerby Bridge (we were amongst 'em ~we slished and we slashed and we slaughtered and we slew 'til the air for miles around were blue, for an hour and a quarter, we kept the foe at bay, there were only two carried 'ome that day and we were amongst 'em!)

Is this in digi trad at mudcat?

Ray


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 06 Jul 10 - 01:19 PM

Ray, you'll start a war! the lad is IRISH!!!!
See you for a pint when the dust settles,
Cheers Scowie.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,SID
Date: 06 Jul 10 - 02:10 PM

Ray - best be careful - that Mike O'Leary Welsh/Irish Johns fella is a big bloke (he'll mek booath of us!) Best do what he says - Go on, Gi's a kiss!!! Oh, and a trophy.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: r.padgett
Date: 06 Jul 10 - 02:13 PM

Whoops sorry Mike ~ he lives in Wales doesnt he?

Ray


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Aeola
Date: 06 Jul 10 - 05:23 PM

Wow!! Scowie & the Captain!!!??? It gives T'war a new concept!! Think I'll get there early it sounds promising.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 07 Jul 10 - 05:20 PM

Raymond, my good friend Michael O'Leary-Johns is Irish, his people are from Macroom, in the fair province of Cork in southern Ireland (Eire) it just happens that they were forced, as so many were by economic presures, to emigrate to Wales to find work in the Steel works newly built there.If that makes him Welsh, then I'm a Dutchman!
Roll on the Day!
The beers masy well be on you!
Cheers Scowie.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 07 Jul 10 - 05:24 PM

P.S. were are them there HISSIFITTERS they've all gone a bit shy on uz!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Noreen
Date: 07 Jul 10 - 05:50 PM

hi scowie- not talking to me?
(I sent you a PM)


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST
Date: 07 Jul 10 - 06:19 PM

Hissyfitters haven't come down from cloud nine yet after their w/end at Clecky!!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Soldier boy
Date: 07 Jul 10 - 09:15 PM

The sweet and fragrant Hissyfit will be there, worry not!

Linda Kelly will be on here to tell you so once she is in full recovery mode from Clecky. Will you not Linda?

Chris


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Captain Farrell
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 05:58 AM

A little bird told me that Scowie is is taking a trip abroad to that fine city of Durham.Best place outside Lancashire for a nice spot of wound licking.Have a good one.
.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 06:12 AM

My fondest felicitations to you too Dear Captain.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Orson Trap
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 08:48 AM

Hissyfit Linda, do my eyes deceive me, you require a guitar pickup at Saddleworth? I presume you mean a lead to connect you to the PA and not someone to pick up the guitar for you????
Who will be playing it?
Either way, we will endeavour to remain impressive!!!!
Looking forward to seeing you both at the Saddleworth Sauna (Paddleworth will be a distant memory). Only managed to catch your last 2/3 songs in The Marsh at Cleck due to stewarding duties.
To all Mudcatters: This years will be the best Saddleworth FF ever, miss it at your peril. Be there or be.........??????????


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: r.padgett
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 10:10 AM

An Irishman domiciled in Wales, many thanks for his biography Scowie!

Now what are you trying to tell me?

Is he coming to Saddleworth?

Ray


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Captain Farrell
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 11:52 AM

Felicitation is a hanging offence in Saddleworth.Even if it`s only sheep involed.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Captain Farrell
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 11:53 AM

I missed a V out sorry.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Linda Kelly
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 02:28 PM

Sorry I have been otherwise engaged and besides which there has been a lot of hot air coming from a Westerly direction so I thought I would let it blow over. Ignore Scowies posturing ...he's just a big pussycat! Yes we do need a guitar pick up. Clecky was fab best ever so cannot wait for Saddleworth!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 04:33 PM

Mee-aw!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Lenny's mum (inactive)
Date: 08 Jul 10 - 05:26 PM

I hope everybody will bring their ducks for the great duck race around the camp site


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Orson Trap
Date: 09 Jul 10 - 08:47 AM

The best we can offer is a microphone to play your guitar into.
You will then have two vocal mics and one instrument mic (many artists prefer that). If not, perhaps you could borrow a guitar with a built in pick up and the guitar will still be heard even if you are not always stood right in front of the guitar mic. Agree with you about Cleck.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Captain Farrell
Date: 12 Jul 10 - 06:40 AM

I`ve just heard the BBC weather forecast Light gales with extra water till Thursday" Just right for getting your tent pegs in"then glorious sunshine till Monday morning then back to Summer.Don`t blame me if it`s wrong blame the BBC.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Pistachio
Date: 12 Jul 10 - 07:24 AM

Hi there, been off Mudcat for over a month -sooo much VAT and stuff to be busy with-- but glad to drop in and see what's being said before the weekend. Gettin' excited now.Only 4 sleeps before we set off. ooooh!
I have the Winners Shield complete with white rose... and will carefully bring it West for a trip out!
Tents prepared and ready for use (including Tee Pee), and early packing has commenced.
I'm still like Tigger with 2 tails after Clecky! Sure to have as much fun in Saddleworth tho' and looking forward to all the singing. It's Grrrrreat....(Mr Kellogs' Tiger might just have snuck in!)
The more the merrier and bring on the War. We're ready Gentlemen. We'll have a fine competition I'm sure.
Orson, re: Guitar, if I'm playing it's best I have a free standing mic so I can step back when I *,,$! it....
Hazel.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 12 Jul 10 - 12:46 PM

Hazel My Dear, don't get stuck on the campsite this year (unlike previously!) As it is unlikly that I shall be there to pull you out of the mire (as on a another occaision) Because this year I'm on Bed & breakfast (would you like a little more honey on your toast this morning my dear?) this is so that I shall be on RIP-ROARING form to demolish all "Yon Tykes" with their pretentions of being betterer thon uz.
Mr Sid has uz all training up on Bury Black Puddings, Chorley cakes, and loads of Thwaites Best Bitter, it's reaally dacent, nod like yon waathery stuff all yo' Tykes call beer, on whey con best lions!!!!
Wheel 'um in!!!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Mike O'Leary-Johns
Date: 12 Jul 10 - 01:19 PM

Mike O'Leary-Johns
To Skocropht and Pajit
You had both better hope I will not be theer.
First I have a Lankisshert lad Telling me which Battles I can enter and which I cant.Then a Little Tike trying to deny my Heritage.
To make Matters worse the man I considered to be my Mate.Namely SID decides to inflict dual mationality.
I am afraid Sid I am withdrawing from the Duet we were planing over the years.
Mind you some confrontation It's likely to be... Powder Puffs at Evensong...................................Mike.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: GUEST,Orson Trap
Date: 13 Jul 10 - 03:55 AM

Dear Hazel, your wish will be granted, a microphone for your guitar it will be and don't worry, it will all go swimmingly (I have seen the weather forecast). Best camp on high ground Ha, ha .
The Civic Hall will be like a sauna, whatever the weather. I shall have those stage lights on so high you will need 'Factor 150' UV/Sun protection and welding goggles for shades!!

Only joking, there is a hose pipe ban so the weather will be like the Sahara.
Lancashire for the cup!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Vin2
Date: 13 Jul 10 - 09:43 AM

Great to see Pete Macmillan back for a visit at the Oddfellows last night and in fine voice as ever. Looking fwd to seeing the Hometowners on Friday night with Tony Downes (plus Hissyfit, the Bolton bullfrog and Stan the man).

Great line-up for the rest of the w/end too.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Vin2
Date: 14 Jul 10 - 10:41 AM

England hath long been mad, and scarr'd herself:
The brother blindly shed the brother's blood;
The father rashly slaughter'd his own son;
The son, compell'd, been butcher to the sire.
All this divided York and Lancaster..."

Not to mention Scowie and Mr Padgett

Two days to go..........


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Noreen
Date: 14 Jul 10 - 05:20 PM

I am planning to make the long trip North to Uppermill once more... and looking forward to seeing old friends again.

Can someone tell me, as I'm not much of a one for sitting in concerts, are some singarounds in ticketless venues? And is it possible to buy tickets for individual events if required (such as the much-hyped War of the Roses)? And when is this battle taking place?

It's some time since I've been and was always here as a Shellback before so got in everywhere anyway.

Forecast is for sun on Saturday!


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Phil Edwards
Date: 14 Jul 10 - 07:01 PM

How did that sneak up on me? Might have to give it a miss this time.

Noreen - I'm not sure if it's a good festival for lone singaround-seekers. (If you went in a group you could have a ball.) I went last year (on my own) and went to the big singaround - which was very big; far too big for anyone to get two songs. There were odd sings in pubs around the place, but the one I sat in on was a bit too chummy and informal for me - the kind of sesh that's best when you're there for the second or third time. So my final score was one song total, although I did hear some very fine singing.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Joe Nicholson
Date: 14 Jul 10 - 07:55 PM

Take no notice of pip radish noreen there's loads of singing all over the place. oragnised up[stairs in the con-club and pretty well all the time in the Waggon) are just two that come to mind.Probably the best singaround festival I know' well there is Saltburn?.

Joe Nicholson


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Soldier boy
Date: 14 Jul 10 - 08:26 PM

I second what Joe has said Noreen. Just head for 'The Waggon' pub on the main road through Uppermill where you will happily find yersen snuggling into great singarounds all afternoon and all night in great company.

It is part of the very big 'Fringe' element of this brilliant festival and therefore ticketless and completely free.

You will be free to just listen or join in with the choruses or have a go at a song or two if you wish to. It is all very informal, so no pressure.
Just do and go where you want as the fancy takes you and as you will know from your previous visits to this festival you will find that you are very welcome and in good company wherever you go.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Chris


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: scowie
Date: 15 Jul 10 - 01:28 AM

Noreen, As a debutante (a single one that is!)and myself being a True-Born Lancastrian of the old blood, I would consider it a great honour, and indeed a considerable privaledge to be allowed to escort you through the minefield that Saddleworth Festival can be for the uninitiated.
Fear not gentle maiden, your honour is secure and your future is set on favourable.
I shall contact you myself by other means, with arrangements that will mean you shall be looked after every step of the way, and your comfort and security shall be my only concern, and a pleasurable outcome assured.
My you sleep soundly in this knowledge,
Your devoted friend, Scowie.


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Noreen
Date: 15 Jul 10 - 02:56 AM

Oh, Scowie, you old charmer!

(I know, less of the *old*!)


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Subject: RE: Saddleworth Festival - 16-18 July, 2010
From: Noreen
Date: 15 Jul 10 - 03:10 AM

Oh and thank you, Pip, Joe and Chris, for your helpful input.
(Scowie just about swept me off my feet there!)

I remember great times in the Con club in former times with the previous licencees- we went back to sing at their retirement party.
And singing with Shellbacks in the packed, right hand room of a pub- would that be the Wagon?
I'm sure it will all come back to me!


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