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magjam.wixsite.com/almondvalleyfolkclub

'Meets once a month ... for concerts and sessions. Everyone is very welcome. There is a small admission fee depending on the activity.'

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www.atherstonefolkclub.org.uk

'We aim to have something for everyone; traditional, modern, shanties, comedy, dance and sessions just for musicians, so they don’t feel left out. Entry (mostly) will be FREE, with a collection for the guests that night and a free raffle. Together with our sister clubs in Bedworth and Nuneaton, we aim to provide the best of folk music in the Midlands.'

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www.baccapipes.org.uk

‘We are a not-for-profit organisation, run by volunteers, for the furtherance of acoustic, folk and social music.‘

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www.madnanny.co.uk

'Started out at the beginning of 1999 as the Mad Nanny! Folk Club. Our intention was to offer a diversity of folk and traditional music. Since then we've broadened the musical range and are noted for our diversity of musical style and quality guests and local performers.'

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www.banburyfolkclub.co.uk

'Guest nights with national, local and up and coming artists; theme nights; open sessions; open stage nights and lots more in a friendly setting. Some nights are acoustic and some with PA.'

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www.bedworthfolkclub.co.uk

'The Club is quite unique in that there is no admission charge despite the fact that there are top rate guests at almost every meeting (we just pass the jug around so you can give as much or as little as you wish: a minimum of the price of a pint - around about £3 - £5 is suggested). Our aim is always for everyone, guests, audience and floor singers alike to have a really good time.Floor singers are always welcome but we get very busy so we recommend a call or email to reserve a spot, on the night it is very much first come first served – if there is space available.'

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bidefordfolkclub.com

'Known as a club that encourages singers and musicians, we have seen beginners take their first faltering steps in folk music and then turn into performers able to perform on a national stage. Our guest nights have featured some fantastic performers ...'

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www.bodminfolk.co.uk

'In the Late 1960s a tide of contemporary American folk music was sweeping Britain and several clubs in Cornwall featured this material. However, in 1967 a small group of traditional singers, including Vic Legg and Lar Cann started meeting for weekly sessions in the Masons' Arms, Bodmin. They decided to start a club to raise funds for British folksingers to visit Cornwall. The first recorded club night of the Bodmin Traditional Folk Club, as it was then, was on 31st May 1968 in an upper room at The Barley Sheaf.'

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www.brackleyfolkclub.org

'A traditional folk club in the Heart of England.'

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www.laverocks.co.uk/folkclub/

'Singers and players of all standards are welcome to this friendly Sing-Around. Whatever your talent, you are guaranteed a friendly welcome and an appreciative audience. And, if you just want to sit and sup, you will find some good company and an eclectic mix of folk.'

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www.buckinghamacousticclub.co.uk

'Free entrance. We have several regular hosts who take it in turns to run the evening using small PA systems, and we welcome all styles of performer. If you would like to perform, then just come along and introduce yourself to the host for that evening. We try to give everyone a spot, and work on a first come first serve basis, with everyone usually getting at least 3 numbers. Some of our evenings can be very busy, so come early or you may miss out.'

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cheshamfolkclub.org.uk

'We are a friendly club, welcoming visitors and performers from all nations, of all ages and from all walks of life. We all share a common passion for folk and acoustic music and we love a good sing and a good laugh ... We actively look to provide quality and varied entertainment at a very sensible price. We normally have two main guests each month, interspersed with singers nights and occasional nights featuring a local or emerging artiste.'

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www.chesterfieldfolkclub.org/index.php

Monthly folk, acoustic, blues & contemporary concerts.

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www.crailfolkclub.org.uk

'We aim to provide a quality guest list with the emphasis on entertainment. Come along and listen in a friendly atmosphere. During Singers' nights we feature local singers and musicians, as well as those visiting Crail. All are welcome. If you don’t want to make music then just come along and tap your feet.'

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www.cramfolk.co.uk

'Established in 1972 and we are one of the longest running folk clubs in the country ... There are guest performers every other week and singers nights in between. It's quite common to have as many as twelve to fourteen acts on singers nights! We have always provided a wide variety of music and styles from traditional and contemporary folk to blues and bluegrass. If you are in the area please drop in, you may be pleasantly surprised ...'

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www.cuttywrenfolkclub.talktalk.net

Weekly get-togethers: Tuesdays, 8.00 pm.

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www.davylampfolkclub.co.uk

'Held the first Saturday of the month in the Arts Centre, Washington. Each night starts with an informal session from 7.30 p.m. which welcomes musicians of all levels of ability. Visiting singers and musicians are always welcome.'

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dorkingfolkclub.org.uk

'A venue ... where the very best traditional and acoustic musicians, small bands and singers can be heard, from the UK and often from further afield (USA, Australia).'

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www.wheatstone.co.uk/everyman/

'Aims to promote traditional and modern folk music in Suffolk, England ... The Everyman meets on the last Friday of each month during January to May and September to November ... With Residents, Floor Singers and a Booked Guest Artist on every occasion, there is always a warm welcome for new performers and audience members.'

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www.falkirkfolkclub.co.uk

‘The membership and supporters continue to work hard to develop and promote folk and traditional music throughout the Falkirk area and host regular Sessions, Open Stage and Special Events providing opportunities for budding musicians and songwriters to air their talents, gain performance experience and essentially enjoy participation in the music. The Club has a friendly, relaxed and welcoming atmosphere making for a good night out and strives to provide great quality from across the broad spectrum of folk music and on occasion, should the visiting act perhaps fail to captivate you, then hopefully the floor spots, heckling and the banter will always make up for it!’

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www.focsle.org

'Wednesday evenings at The Guide Dog, Bevois Valley, SO14 6SF. Occasional guests at another Southampton venue.'

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sites.google.com/site/forestfolkden/

'Forest Folk meets on the first Monday of the month for Singarounds – 7.30 to 11 pm; and third Mondays of the month for Concert Nights – 8 to 11 pm, doors open 7.30 pm, unreserved seating.'

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forestfolkandroots.weebly.com

‘Focussing mainly, but not exclusively, on the contemporary acoustic, roots, folk and blues music scene, we bring nationally renowned as well as local artists together on a monthly basis.‘

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www.forestfolkclub.com

'We have been promoting Folk and acoustic music in this area for in excess of 35 years and are proud of our legacy of keeping music live and accessible to everyone in this area and beyond. Our legendary “Singers Nights” welcome musicians and performers of all acoustic music to come along and showcase their talents, we always extend a warm and encouraging welcome! Over the years the club has hosted many great professional acts from around this country and beyond ... We look forward to seeing you very soon!'

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www.angelfire.com/folk/gainsboroughfolk/

'The folk club is small but extremely enthusiastic and friendly ... The usual format is a singaround, although we occasionally book guests.'

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www.glossoplabourclub.org.uk

'One of the oldest Socialist/Labour Clubs in the country. It was founded in 1906 by the ILP two years before the existence of the national Labour Party in Glossop.' Regular folk sessions on several nights each week plus special events from time to time.

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Also indexedGlossop Folk Club
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guf.org.uk

'A traditional style folk club that meets on Monday nights in the friendly setting of a village pub serving a range of real ales. A place to sit back, relax and lose yourself for a few hours in the company of like minded people with a love of traditional music. Why not come and join us?'

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www.grimsbyfolkclub.co.uk

'The Club meets at 8 pm on Sunday evenings (doors open 7.30pm) from September to July and hosts a wide variety of guests.'

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www.guisboroughfolkclub.ukforum.com

'We have been in action "along the Guisborough road" since 1975. During those 40+ years we have hosted many of the Folk World’s leading performers as well as visitors who becoming friends of the club return often. Visitors are always welcome- singers, musicians, poets, music hall, dancers, & audience. We are not precious about musical styles or genres and no pressure to perform.'

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hinckleyact.co.uk

‘An exciting live music venue providing a number of exceptional events throughout the year. We feature a combination of some of the finest local musicians in conjunction with an impressive array of exceptional singers and instrumentalists from across the World. The house PA system is of the highest quality and facilities for performers and the audience are comfortable and relaxing.’

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www.hungryhorseacoustic.com

Open Acoustic Nights 'are informal evenings of fun, laughter, songs and tunes and performed by a very talented bunch of singers, musicians, poets and storytellers, each adept at performing in their own particular style' ... Concert Nights 'A good mix of music from the tradition and more modern singer/songwriter entertainment gives this type of night a "something for all occasion".'

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www.kelsofolk.co.uk

'Promotes music making in traditional and contemporary fashion, both in a cabaret-style setting and in the more informal environment of a Scottish pub session with open mic. All are welcome and the many regulars involved try to make visitors feel a part of the circle. As well as weekly meetings It is also running a mini Folk Festival in September!'

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www.lighthouse-folk.co.uk

'All singers, musicians, storytellers and poets are welcome, along with anyone arriving just to listen. We use the word "Folk" loosely as we encourage an eclectic mix of musical styles. Performers arriving promptly can normally expect 2 songs or the equivalent, and there is no need to contact in advance.'

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www.louthfolkclub.org.uk

'Convenes at The Brown Cow, Newmarket, Louth on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month at 8.30pm. Entrance: £2 (except guest nights)'

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www.maghullfolkclub.co.uk

'The Club has been running since 1982. A friendly informal club where people enjoy one thing, having a thorough good sing. There's a P.A. for those that wish to use. Traditional folk music & song; Contemporary; Folk Blues; Shanties; Country; Comedy songs & Monologues are all performed at any one time or other. So even if you don't sing or play and just want to come to listen, you will be made most welcome. See you soon ...'

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mansfieldfolkclub.org.uk

'A varied programme runs throughout the year, with: Acoustic "Singers & Musician Nights" open to whoever turns up; "Feature Nights" where 2x20 mins are given over to the named performer - the rest of the evening being opened up to floor spots; Monthly "Guest Night" with main artist + named support act.'

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www.marlboroughfolk-roots.co.uk

'Since 1999 we have presented well over 100 shows (we have lost count) of the finest folk and roots music. Venues have been as diverse as a friend's sitting room, two churches, two school theatres, the town hall and the church hall. We do not receive any sponsorship but run with the goodwill of our regular members and friends.'

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www.milkmaidmusic.co.uk

Fortnightly evening Gigs ... Note also the Milkmaid Thursday Folk Club which is a 'monthly folk club for people with a disability. This club was started in 2008 and has proved to be extremely successful. It is regularly attended by 30 - 50 service users, family members and carers. Internationally and nationally known artists are booked to play at the club, always for a reduced fee and sometimes for free. The Milkmaid Thursdays are subsidised by the commercial Milkmaid Folk Club activities and the venue is donated by the Suffolk County Council who provide the studio room at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds'. In 2017, Milkmaid announced it was expanding its work to encompass Artshead 'which supports people recovering from alcohol and substance abuse through art and music'.

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www.morleyfolk.org

'The aim and object of the club is to foster spread of knowledge about folk songs, music and dance and to encourage their performance by all manner of folk, in association with other local and national folk organisations as the committee see fit.'

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www.nailseafolkclub.co.uk

'We have been running since 1987 and over that time have developed a strong reputation for our concert programme which features top names from around the world. We also have a number of linked projects which develop and change over time and we hold a more traditional folk night (our singers and musicians nights) on the second Tuesday of the month.'

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www.nationalforestfolk.com

Monthly concerts, Friday evenings.

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www.nittenfolk.co.uk

‘Our club members are like minded people who enjoy singing, playing, listening, performing, reciting and socialising. Our main aim is to enjoy ourselves and we welcome new visitors at Nitten to do the same. There is no one type of music you'll hear; like our members, the style is eclectic! From old style country rock to traditional Irish fiddle tunes, you'll hear them all at Nitten.’

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www.shammickacoustic.org.uk

Second Saturdays 'An environment in which to share songs, words and music, without amplification, to provide somewhere people can perform, and to encourage them to do so. Everybody is welcome, to perform or not, as we go around the room. You can hear poems, stories, modern songs and various musics as well as folk stuff. Occasionally we also have a Visiting Performer, from "furrin" parts, who we ask to do a few extra items! There is no admission charge, but we pass the pot round during the evening ... A series of special guest performer nights on most Fourth Saturdays, which also feature local (and sometimes not-so-local) support spots. Our guests are nationally and even internationally acclaimed performers. There is a charge for admission on these nights.'

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norwichfolkclub.net

'We have a weekly folk song session, hosted by a club or guest MC, with a wide mixture of tunes and songs. Entry is free and we welcome all performers ... The popular showcase nights give invited performers a chance to spread their wings in a couple of longer spots within the song session. Entry is also free on these nights ... We book a variety of well known and up-and-coming local, national and international performers on a monthly basis and make a reasonable charge for those nights.'

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www.otleyfolkclub.org.uk

'Acts as a host for local singers and musicians and for guest artists. Singing and playing usually starts around 8:30 p.m. The Folk Club works on rotation basis, alternating weekly between singers nights and booked artists ... New performers always welcome, whether you are a singer or a musician, solo artist or group. Simply turn up on the night' (or contact beforehand).

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www.partickfolkclub.org.uk

'Meets on the last Friday of every month. Music played includes traditional, folk, acoustic, americana and blues.'

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www.alanmurray.org.uk/penicuikfolk/

We are a small-but-perfectly-formed(!), broad-minded and friendly folk club. We have a concert once/month (roughly) and a friendly, hosted, songs-and-tunes session on all other Tuesdays (except when that falls on something like Christmas Day). We enjoy and welcome all sorts of music – from big ballads to country classics and from tempestuous tunes to poignant pibrochs. Our “hosted” singing/tune sessions offer a relaxed and supportive evening of listening, joining in, airing your new songs or finding your musical feet ...'

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www.users.waitrose.com/~pennymoor/index.htm

'A welcoming and friendly folk club centred in Mid Devon. It holds regular monthly sessions - (3rd Wednesday), as well as a number of occasional events. Its aims are to encourage participation in folk arts, music and culture through singing, instrument playing, story telling, dance and folk theatre at all levels of ability.'

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www.penzancefolkclub.co.uk

'Most evenings are "round the room" sessions where everyone has an opportunity to sing, play a tune or tell a story (there is no obligation to perform and audience are equally welcome). We come from a background of traditional music, but most evenings have a welcome mix of music and song, often including contemporary song, American old timey, old music hall songs, blues and occasional items of classic pop! As one might expect, there is an emphasis on Cornish tunes, and most of the tunes come with an invitation to all musicians to join in.'

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perthfolkclub.com

'We are delighted to have launched the new Perth Folk Club, after a 32 year hiatus! ...' [2017]

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www.axoc21.dsl.pipex.com

'There are regular singers nights and occasional guest nights.  Singers nights are informal, everyone is welcome, singers, musicians (all levels and instruments), songwriters, and listeners. All kinds of acoustic music are encouraged. The atmosphere is informal and friendly and entry is free. Guest nights are a little more formal. The guest artist will usually do two 45 min. spots supported by the resident band and floor singers. No need to book a floor spot, just turn up!'

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rhylfolkclub.com

'The Club has met once a week almost continuously, come rain, hail, shine, no audience, no beer, double bookings, wrong guest bookings, ever since that Good Friday in 1964. There have been a myriad of guest artists from the great and the good to the purely outstanding, and it must be said on one occasion plain awful. The Singers Nights have brought on some excellent local talent. In the 21st century and still going strong ... Come along – you’ll enjoy it!'

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www.rollinghillsfolkclub.org.uk

'The Rolling Hills Folk Club in October 2016 celebrated its tenth birthday. You’ll find us in our new home in the beautiful village of Darnick in the Scottish Borders. We meet on the first and third Fridays of the month ... If you find yourself in this part of the Borders you know you will be in for a special welcome.'

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runningwellacousticmusicclub.weebly.com

‘We meet on the 2nd Friday of each month (except August) ... We normally have 10 performers each doing a 10 minute support spot, ranging from first timers through to professionals. It is a very popular club and the support spots are always oversubscribed, so you need to let us know well in advance if you'd like to perform!’

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rushwickfolkclub.wixsite.com/home

'We use the term "folk" loosely and all kinds of music from Blues, Country, Americana, Jazz, Traditional and Contemporary Folk are always enjoyed along with poetry and story- telling. Club nights have a relaxed atmosphere and the hall has great acoustics, so there is no need for amplification. You can perform either on or in front of the stage or, if you prefer, from where you are sitting. If you feel happier singing with the words in front of you, that's not a problem as a music stand is provided.'

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ruthinallstyles.co.uk

'Founded on the 31st October 1996, and was initially known as The Feathers Folk Club ... The new name, Ruthin AllStyles Music Club was chosen to reflect the fact the club has always appealed to very diverse tastes in both music and indeed poetry. This means that in each session there is music that will appeal to everyone’s tastes ...  We also encourage new visitors to “have a go” if they should want to. And although the atmosphere has always been relaxed, when performers are doing their bit, the audience gives them full and quiet attention. Every couple of months a professional singer or instrumentalist visits us, and it can be a great inspiration to the members to see these seasoned performers close up.'

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www.sandbachfolk.com

‘Meets every Tuesday at 8.45 pm at The Market Tavern for live acoustic music ... A first class venue to play in. It's small enough to retain the intimate atmosphere of the Club but large enough to allow a much bigger audience to enjoy the music away from the noise from the bar.’

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www.folktrain.org.uk

'Folk Trains take you on a musical journey as you travel through the Peak District countryside. Our talented musicians play on the train, then everyone alights to visit a local hostelry and enjoy a further session from the band.'

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www.skiptonfolkclub.co.uk

'Held on Mondays at 8.30PM ... Singers, musicians, poets and all are always welcome. The club aim to have a Guest act at least once a month with singers/musicians nights in between - sometimes theme nights.'

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www.stneotsfolkclub.co.uk

'We have guest artists most weeks with the last Tuesday of each month reserved for a Round the Room night when anyone is welcome to come and play, sing or just listen ... Occasionally there are Open Stage nights when performers wishing to show their talents can book a spot of about 20 minutes.' The St Neots Folk Festival is held Early June.

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www.stocktonfolk.org.uk

'We aim to have guest-nights twice a month: other Mondays are "singarounds" ... At a singaround everyone is encouraged to get up and sing, play a tune, recite, clog dance or do whatever they want to do, provided it falls under the wide umbrella of folk. But don't worry, nobody is coerced into getting up, and we have a healthy core of talented performers to ensure an entertaining night ...'

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www.vixenrecords.com/sjclub/

‘One of the best-known little Scottish venues on the UK live music circuit ... Our audience is noted for its discernment and listening qualities but is also incredibly lively and welcoming. String Jam Club proves the point that a miraculous kind of magic can happen between performer and audience in a small special space and it's something you'll never forget. String Jam Club is a real experience, both for the punters and the artists, where you can see some of the greatest musicians playing live up close in a really intense and intimate atmosphere.’

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www.swindonfolk.org

Aims of the Club '* To foster good singing and help new singers and musicians; * To encourage interest in British and other national traditional folksong and music; * To introduce folksong, music and fok customs to a wider public; * To work towards, and assist wherever possible, international friendship and understanding. We welcome performers of all abilities. The atmosphere is friendly and encouraging, so come along and have a go. It doesn’t matter how good you are – we all had to start somewhere!'

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www.tamworthfolkclub.co.uk

'The Club meets every Friday evening for a fairly prompt start at 8.30pm. We operate an informal sing-around format on most of these evenings and we welcome any visiting performers. You are sure to get the opportunity to do a "turn" or two ... We have special guest evenings about four times a year as well as occasional feature nights.'

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www.topshamfolkclub.org

'Every Sunday (apart from concert nights) for our singers’ nights from 8pm- 10.30pm. Informal tunes session from 7.30pm. Free entry. All welcome – sing, play, listen, join in ... If you’d like to play just ask the evening’s compère. People normally do two songs or tunes in a 10 minute spot.'

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www.transclydemusic.co.uk

'From singer songwriter to bands. Great live music on the Beautiful Isle Of Bute ... Transclyde Music is a group of volunteers who share a passion for live music and hold regular gigs throughout the year in a variety of venues here on the Isle of Bute. Since we formed in 2010, we have had the pleasure of hearing many fine musicians from across the globe. Our gigs have become so popular that we are now being approached by musicians who either want to visit for the first time, or those who have already played here and wish to return. This means that we always have a full and varied programme of superb music.'

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tynefolk.co.uk

'Thursday at 20:00. A well established club which welcomes musicians and singers alike with monthly guest nights.'

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wfaclub.wixsite.com/wallaseyfolkacoustic

'A friendly venue to perform or listen to live folk/acoustic music every Sunday ... Floor spots are what it is about most weeks so come along and give us a go. It is like an open mic. A chance to perform one or two songs maybe more. It depends how many people come along. What have you got to lose? When we have a guest performer, which is around once a month, floor spots are limited to the first half. It is a friendly place with a listening audience.'

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www.walthamstowfolk.co.uk

'London's friendliest folk ... Doors open at around 7:30. We have floorspots and the band up until our main guest who appears at around about 8:15 for the first of their two sets. We aim to finish at around 10:30. An evening at the club is a relaxed affair with plenty of time for chatting and meeting new people. We also have a raffle and a selection of CDs for sale including rare and hard to find albums.'

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www.waveneyfolkclub.co.uk

'Club meetings are every two weeks between 8pm and 11pm. The club books guest singers and groups from all over the country, and has a friendly informal atmosphere that welcomes floor singers, but if you want to sing, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.'

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www.whfolk.co.uk

Generally meets Monday evenings, except Bank Holidays and in August.

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www.whitehorsefolk.co.uk

'Has hosted folk nights every other Monday since 1993 ... We welcome all musicians, the very young and the very old, the very amateur and the very professional. We try and book a guest once every two months. On guest nights, naturally, there is less time for the floor spots. The word folk in our name may be slightly misleading. We attract both traditional and contemporary folk singers and players, blues singers, blue grass bands jug bands and country singers. In fact, all folks are welcome.'

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www.whitehorsefolkclub.co.uk

'Started in 1974 ... Met at a Highworth pub, The White Horse Inn, though in fact the club took its name from the Vale of the White Horse ... The club starts at 8pm every first and third Wednesday of the month at the Church Room, and the format allows for plenty of floor singers even on nights with a guest performer.'

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pembrokeshire-folk-music.co.uk

Details of sessions, bands for hire, etc around and about Fishguard and elsewhere in Pembrokeshire.

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