The Travelling Folk
The Travelling Folk (TTF) is a travelling folk club for West Kent and East Sussex. We don't meet regularly in one venue but gather in pre-selected pubs around the area on the first and third Thursdays of each month to enjoy ourselves and to bring folk music to those who may not have had the opportunity of experiencing a live folk session before.
Welcome to the new TTF website! Besides continuing to publicise our forthcoming sessions and other events, we have taken the opportunity to add lots of new photos of previous activities.
Our thanks to Richard, an occasional TTF participant, for helping to develop this new resource.
We also wish to express our grateful thanks to the former webmaster, Jeremy Waters, for his sterling service in running the old website.
12 April 2011
All sessions are free and all are welcome, whether experienced performers, enthusiastic beginners or audience! Early arrival recommended if you want a seat. Sessions are on Thursdays and commence at 8:30 pm unless otherwise stated.
6 Apr 2017
George & Dragon, Five Oak Green Road, Tudeley, TN11 OPW, on the B2017 between Tudeley and Five Oak Green.
20 Apr 2017
King William IV, 57 Hastings Road, Pembury, TN2 4JS, on main road through village.
23 Apr 2017 (Sunday) 12.30pm start
The Red Lion, Snargate, TN29 9UQ, on B2080 between Appledore & New Romney.
4 May 2017
The Cock, Ide Hill, TN14 6JN, Camberwell Lane, just off the main road in the centre of the village.
18 May 2017
Cardinal’s Error, Lodge Oak Lane, Tonbridge, TN9 2EP, south of the town, close to Pembury Road.
1 Jun 2017
The Kentish Horse, Mark Beech, TN8 5NT, in the centre of the village, just off the B2026. Part of the Pig’s Ear Folk Ale Festival.
6 Jul 2017
The Bricklayer’s Arms, Chipstead, TN13 2RZ, on the road leading to Chevening from Chipstead. Part of the Sevenoaks Summer Festival.
Last updated: 18 March 2017
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