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Leominster is one of Herefordshire’s five market towns, as well as Bromyard, Ledbury, Kington and Ross. Live music features in a couple of the town’s pubs, some of it folky and some not, and there are occasional concerts and ceilidhs in the Golden Lion Ballroom, a lovely old venue in the centre of town.

Lamb Inn Session – Stoke Prior

Acoustic session running every month on the 4th Friday at the Lamb Inn, Stoke Prior, Nr. Leominster, HR6 0NB. It has run successfully for the past couple of months and proved very popular. The next session is on Friday 26th … Continue reading

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Music and Curry Night at the Granary Leominster

Venue: Granary Tea Rooms, South Street, Leominster Date: 22nd October 2014, 8.00 pm to 10.30 pm Music: The Tony Burt Band Food: wide range of vegetable and meat curries Booking and Enquiries: 01568 614290 or info@thegranarytearooms.co.uk Website: granarytearoomsleominster.co.uk An intimate evening of fine … Continue reading

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Music and Curry at Granary Cafe Leominster

Music and Curry night at the Granary Cafe in Leominster from 8.00pm on 22nd January, featuring the Tony Burt Band. Norrie Davies presents an evening of food and music in an intimate atmosphere at the Granary Café in Leominster. Address: 6 … Continue reading

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Loxley In Concert

Many of you will know Sally Stamford who regularly visits our sessions. Most particularly you will remember her performance with her band, Loxley, at the opening concert in the Falcon Mews for the 2011 Bromyard Folk Festival. Sally, Arthur and … Continue reading

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Les ‘ot Potatoes

I should have posted this ages ago, but life has a way of getting in the way of good intentions. “Strictly speaking we are not a cajun band. We like to play cajun music, but we have an eclectic repertoire. … Continue reading

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