“The accordionist played a long drawn-out chord, the legal signal that a Morris Dance is about to begin, and people who hang around after this have only got themselves to blame. ”
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Twyford
Folk Music
Workshop

Playing during the pandemic

Playing in a garden - long shot

“It has been a real joy to meet other musicians, socially distanced in our gardens, and play together again”

Once the Covid-19 regulations for England permitted, we resumed playing.

We’ve adapted the format as follows:

Several neighbours have enjoyed the free entertainment!

New members

We understand that we are unlikely to attract new members during this period of uncertainty, but if you think you might be interested in joining – either now or when things settle down a bit – do get in touch via the enquire page.

The photos on this page were taken in July 2020.

Playing in a garden – physical distancing Playing in a garden – physical distancing Playing in a garden – gazebo Playing in a garden – physical distancing
Playing in a garden – concertina Playing in a garden – fiddle case Playing in a garden – flute Playing in a garden – guitar Playing in a garden – accordion Playing in a garden – score
Playing in a garden – recorder Playing in a garden – concertina Playing in a garden – fiddle Playing in a garden – fiddle Playing in a garden – concertina Playing in a garden – arty

All photos ©Mark Iliff 2020

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