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Fourth Bury St Edmunds Folk Festival entertains music lovers


By Newsdesk Bury


The walled garden at Nowton Park hosted music lovers and the fourth Bury St Edmunds Folk Festival on Saturday.

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Traditional and contemporary acts took to the main stage, while locally-sourced food and drinks, crafts and tap dancing lessons were also available.

An acoustic tent gave audiences the chance to join in informal sessions, learn new skills or relax and listen to the music.

Children's activities included a themed scarecrow design competition.

The festival was promoted by Bury Folk Collective, a not-for-profit music club made up of local performers and enthusiasts.



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