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Offline maureen

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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #15 on: Saturday, January 29 2011 09:05PM GMT-1 »
I got a badge! Have you checked the packaging, Anne? I almost didn't notice mine and nearly threw it away.

Love the CD - even the Trembling Bells track, I prefer them doing traditional stuff like this.
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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #16 on: Sunday, January 30 2011 12:00AM GMT-1 »
I nearly threw away my badge. It was only because I remembered Shelley saying that she had a badge that I looked more closely in the Jiffy bag before I put it in the cupboard.

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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #17 on: Wednesday, February 2 2011 07:52PM GMT-1 »
I shall wear my Folk Police badge with pride Nigel!

badge? I didn't get a badge ::)

I got home today and there was an envelope containing a badge - what a lovely man is Nigel - thanks  :D   :police:

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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #18 on: Thursday, February 3 2011 10:08AM GMT-1 »
Just ordered. Whoop.

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« Reply #19 on: Saturday, February 5 2011 11:57AM GMT-1 »
And arrived, amazingly quickly. Thank you so much. Great badge too. 8)

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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #20 on: Sunday, February 6 2011 09:51AM GMT-1 »
You must be undercover, Annie!
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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #21 on: Wednesday, February 16 2011 11:33PM GMT-1 »
Just seen Nigel at tonight's Singaround!  He had a pocket full of Folk Police badges and CDs were being sold too!
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« Reply #22 on: Thursday, February 17 2011 03:37PM GMT-1 »
He had a pocket full of Folk Police badges...
I always have a pocket full of folk police badges! I favour that slightly lop-sided look.

Lovely "Bonny Boy", by the way, Shelley...

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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #23 on: Thursday, February 17 2011 05:48PM GMT-1 »
I knew I should have gone to the Singaround instead of doing my laundry!

Never mind, Emily Portman and 4Square tonight!
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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #24 on: Thursday, February 17 2011 06:46PM GMT-1 »
Thanks Nigel - and nice to hear you sing for a change too!

Stephen - a singaround in the pub is always preferable to doing one's laundry1
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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #25 on: Tuesday, February 22 2011 03:40PM GMT-1 »
Not sure if this is the right part of the forum to post this, but I guess with it being an Oak, Ash & Thorn thread it's as good a place as any. So, here's a treat for Bellamists: http://www.lostfolktapes.com/1/post/2011/02/peter-bellamy-at-stainsby-folk-festival-1981.html

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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #26 on: Tuesday, February 22 2011 04:02PM GMT-1 »
Not sure if this is the right part of the forum to post this, but I guess with it being an Oak, Ash & Thorn thread it's as good a place as any. So, here's a treat for Bellamists: http://www.lostfolktapes.com/1/post/2011/02/peter-bellamy-at-stainsby-folk-festival-1981.html

 ;D ;D

Just sat and listened to that after seeing it posted on Talkawhile. I wish I'd been around when Bellamy was.
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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #27 on: Tuesday, February 22 2011 07:39PM GMT-1 »
Peter Bellamy used to come to our local folk club in Uxbridge !

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Re: Oak, Ash and Thorn
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday, February 22 2011 09:17PM GMT-1 »
Just had a listen to the clips & can see my wish list is getting longer....