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Here are some relevant, related, useful or just interesting sites

Suffolk Folk: A fantastic organisation promoting traditional music and dance in Suffolk.

East Anglian Traditional Music Trust: A great organisation promoting East Anglian traditional music and dance.

Happy Sam: Not a folk club but a series of excellent folk concerts put on in Bredfield in aid of Suffolk Mind, after the concert there's chance to meet the artist and join in with them in an informal session.

Phil Davidson Instruments: A fantantic Instrument maker. Stan has a wonderful concert Uke made by Phil.

Chapel Guitars: Another fantantic Instrument maker. Not just guitars but Mandolins, Bouzoukis and Ukes. Steve also does repairs and restorations. Stan has a wonderful Tenor Uke made by Steve.

Mikesound Recording Studio: A recording studio in Henley Suffolk run by Mike Briggs. Mike is a long standing and well known member of the Suffolk Folk community and has vast experience both in recorded and live sound.

Webfeet: A really good site about dancing, bands, festivals and all things "folky".

The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS)

Richard Robinson's Tunebook: A site with hundreds of traditional tunes in GIF Format.

Digital Traditions Folksong Database Search Page: A database of folk song lyrics and tunes

Melody Lane Songbook: A wonderfully done site with tunes and lyrics to old time songs

The Village Music Project: A research project to collect traditional tunes

Whitby Folk Week: A really wonderful folk festival in a traditional seaside town.

Holmfirth Festival of Folk: A folk festival in the town of "Last of the Summer Wine".

Shepley Spring Festival: Another folk festival in near Holmfirth.

Everyman Folk Club & Wheatstone Concertinas: A lovely friendly folk club in the Riverside Centre Stratford St Andrew near Saxmundham, a great venue, excellent guest spots and floor spots; well worth a visit

Milkmaid Folk Club: Another great folk club this time in the west of the county, in Bury St Edmunds. Again excellent guest spots and floor spots; well worth a visit

Harmony Assistant: A great Music editor software package. Very comphrehensive, very reasonably price and good after sales help. We used this to do our books.

George Formby Society: A nice site all about George and his Society.

Dennis Taylor's Ukulele Banjo Pages: A wonderful site with lots of information and images of vintage and modern Banjo Ukes.

Nonsuch Dulcimer Club: The Dulcimer Club based all over Britain

Radio 2 Folk Website: A very large site with lots of information on folk and acoustic music.

Hedingham Fair: Karen Cater and Colin Cater of Sible Hedingham, Essex set up Hedingham Fair in 1997, as a vehicle for Karenís art. Karen set out to explore visually the mystical and popular heritage of the British Isles through images used principally as greetings cards and T-shirts.

Jolly Box: All things Melodeon and Accordion ish sales and repairs run by Dave Jolly

The Box Place: All things Melodeon and Accordion ish sales and repairs run by Theo Gibb

Sproughton Folk: A great site about events they organised all over Suffolk, including Long Sword Dancing, Ceilidhs and concerts.

Lancashire Musuems, Queen St Mill and Helmshore Textile Musuems: Links on this page via industrial heritage button to 2 great museums especially Queens St Mill in Burnley, a really must visit.

Our Favourite Bands and Artists: The people we play with in pub sessions and bands and performers we enjoy listening to.

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