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.
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In view of the Government recommendation not to participate in gatherings such as ours, we have taken the decision to suspend our activities until further notice. We regret this, but feel that under the circumstances it would be irresponsible to continue.
We are leaving the programme on the website in the hope that we can resume it as soon as it is safe to do so. We will issue an email bulletin as and when this occurs, so you may wish to sign up for this on our website.
We of course regret the effect this will have on our venues and the many others affected, and hope it will not be too long lasting. Stay safe and we hope to see you when we resume.
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.
19 Mar 2020
The Cock, Ide Hill, Camberwell Lane, TN14 6JN, just off the main road in the centre of the village .
2 Apr 2020
The Rock, Hoath Corner, Chiddingstone Hoath, TN8 7BS. On the unclassified road between Chiddingstone Hoath, and Chiddingstone.
16 Apr 2020
King William IV, 57 Hastings Road, Pembury, TN2 4JS. On the main road through the village.
2 Jul 2020
The Anchor, 32 London Rd, Sevenoaks, TN13 1AS. In town centre. Part of the Sevenoaks Summer Festival.
Last updated: 17 March 2020.