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Yes - definitely: Shorty
Sorry - can't come: Carpe Diem!, Morningdawn, Heathervalley
Shorty   on 28/08/17 @ 10:35 said:

Music is mixed- blues/folk/rock/instrumentals and you can learn to uke too!

Shorty   on 28/08/17 @ 10:37 said:

Accommodation in lodges is quality self catering 2,4,6 berth lodges. I booked mine last year!

Walking On   on 28/08/17 @ 11:35 said:

Sounds great - unfortunately I have my Aussie cousin and family visiting then

Heathervalley   on 28/08/17 @ 11:47 said:

Have fun Rob!

Morningdawn   on 28/08/17 @ 19:15 said:

Sorry Rob, sounds great but Im at a wedding reception on the Sat, otherwise would have considered joining in

going4gold   on 29/08/17 @ 7:58 said:

What a great invite . I would love to join you but have a run event that weekend in Yorkshire . One for the diary - music : northumberland - what's not to like indeed

Dale   on 29/08/17 @ 18:55 said:

I can't make it either but it does sound good

Carpe Diem!   on 31/08/17 @ 17:10 said:

Shorty: sounds brilliant Rob but I have a commitments already on that weekend. Hope you have a great time!

Shorty   on 12/09/17 @ 17:32 said:

Bellingham All Acoustic Festival (BAAFest) proved to be as memorable as last year, with brilliant performances from Thursday evening until Sunday late. Artists included Gerry Colvin Band, Tenth Avenue Band, The Jigantics, Flossie Malavialle, Meghann Clancy, The Rubber Wellies, and many more besides. Watch out for next year, usually the second weekend after schools go back. Walks along the Pennine Way, Hareshaw Linn and visits to the Heritage museum were lubricated with ample nectar from the barrels and plenty of fresh air! Thankfully there were plenty of volunteers to help consume steak! Other food outlets were also available.

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