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Cambridge Folk Festival news: Darlingside Share Sweeping New Song “Hold Your Head Up High” « American Songwriter

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Cambridge Folk Festival news: Darlingside Share Sweeping New Song “Hold Your Head Up High” « American Songwriter

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If you haven’t caught Darlingside’s beautiful new track ‘Hold your Head Up’ take a listen below – You can catch the Massachusetts based band on Saturday at this year’s Festival!

Darlingside Share Sweeping New Song “Hold Your Head Up High” « American Songwriter

Listen to a new track off the band’s forthcoming album Extralife.

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Next up in the Folk Festival spotlight is our brilliant Car Parks Section Head Anna Brooks Taylor. Anna has been working at the festival since 2011!

I have a large team for the car parks and have had some great staff over the years, indeed some have stayed with me for many years.

Some staff really do go above and beyond the call of duty in trying to help customers. Last year (2019) one of my staff retrieved a customer’s phone out of a full porta loo…….(all in the name of customer service)!
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Next up in the Folk Festival spotlight is our brilliant Car Parks Section Head Anna Brooks Taylor. Anna has been working at the festival since 2011!
 
I have a large team for the car parks and have had some great staff over the years, indeed some have stayed with me for many years. 

Some staff really do go above and beyond the call of duty in trying to help customers. Last year (2019) one of my staff retrieved a customer’s phone out of a full porta loo…….(all in the name of customer service)!

Folkies! You can now order all 10 of our fantastic t-shirt competition designs, ready to be with you for the Cambridge Folk Festival at Home 2020! We’d like to again say a massive congratulations to our winning designer Susan and our 9 brilliant runners up Angie, Anna, Charley, Heather, Isobel, Jess, Theo, Mara and Susanna. You can order your t-shirts right now in an array of different shapes, colours and sizes here >>> bit.ly/38QEarN

Don’t forget to send us a selfie in your new threads and we’ll make sure to share as many as we can across our socials over the coming weeks!

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We just sent out an email with instructions for how to join Bella Hardy's Virtual Choir this Saturday! If you are signed up and you didn't get it, check your spam.

Still want to sign up? We've extended the deadline until Friday 10 July at noon 👉👉 bit.ly/38FBgWM
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We just sent out an email with instructions for how to join  Bella Hardys Virtual Choir this Saturday! If you are signed up and you didnt get it, check your spam.

Still want to sign up? Weve extended the deadline until Friday 10 July at noon 👉👉 https://bit.ly/38FBgWM

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Looking forward to it!

One for you Moira Cotter

Ruth Brannigan

Can't wait!

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Chris Double

I never received an e-mail (i'd checked my spam), but used the link, received a e-ticket, but no information as to how to use it and nothing else. Really sad to have missed out as I was looking forward to it 😞

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We would like to introduce you to Victoria Smith! Victoria is a local nature reserve manager.

We reached out to Victoria and asked if she would share some stories with us from her work on both Coldhams Common and Cherry Hinton Hall. Victoria kindly responded with a wealth of wonderful information and images, which we are very excited to be able to share with you over the coming weeks.

Probably the highlight of Coldham’s common for me is the chalk grassland, this type of grassland is a nationally scare habitat therefore we are particularly lucky to have one on this most urban of sites. This boasts some beautiful plants which are specialist of this type of habitat and consequently not ones you would see every day. Species such as Spiny Rest harrow, Common Knapweed, Ribbed Melliot, Bird’s Foot trefoil, Agrimony, Wild Marjoram and Yarrow to name a few! The presence of these plants also attracts chalk grassland specialist, for example the Marbled White butterfly which has become quite a common sight on the common in and around July. We manage these grasslands mainly with the help of our Conservation Volunteers which is my group of dedicated helpers who meet every week.

Find out more about our local nature reserves here >>> lnr.cambridge.gov.uk
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As part of Cambridge Folk Festival at Home, we cannot wait to bring you The Songlines Interview, where Songlines Editor Jo Frost will be in conversation with the fantastic Fatoumata Diawara! This will be airing on Facebook over the weekend of the 30th July to Sunday 2nd August! We cannot wait to share what else we're working on with you all soon! 👉👉👉 bit.ly/2O00S7n ... See MoreSee Less

As part of Cambridge Folk Festival at Home, we cannot wait to bring you The Songlines Interview, where Songlines Editor Jo Frost will be in conversation with the fantastic Fatoumata Diawara! This will be airing on Facebook over the weekend of the 30th July to Sunday 2nd August! We cannot wait to share what else were working on with you all soon! 👉👉👉 https://bit.ly/2O00S7n
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2 Responses

  1. Frances Cunliffe says:

    Glad they’re back. Brilliant 👍

  2. Love James says:

    Very pretty and nice harmonies

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