Thanks to a very generous donation, SHARP are able to hire out two tents on a weekly basis. Each tent is fully equipped and includes the following: • Solar lighting • Self-inflating sleeping roll mats with inflatable pillow • Plate, bowl, mug and glass • Knife fork and spoon All you will require is a sleeping bag. To take advantage of this great offer and save you the hassle of bringing your own gear to the site, it will cost you £50:00 per week (suggested minimum donation).
The local folk/storytelling quartet, the Penland Phezants, will perform an evening of lively musical histories of the 1816 Littleport and Ely Bread Riots, Hereward the Wake, Margery Kempe of Lynn, The English Civil War and most importantly a dramatic musical recreation of the 1819 storm, which killed Sedgeford resident, Susan Nobes. Earlier in the day at the Ladywell, a private memorial for Susan will be hosted by village historian Tim Snelling. Sedgeford residents poet Garet
We are delighted to host yet another wonderful evening in the company of Hugh Lupton. This time Hugh will explore the life and times of John Clare through stories, poems & songs. The landscape holds the memory of everyone who has ever trodden it… all we have to do is listen. In this programme of story, music, poetry and song Hugh Lupton puts his ear to the ground and tells the story of John Clare. It is a performance that explores the porous boundaries between language and pl