Treble & Bass….Musical landscape banners!

Just returned from a splendid weekend at The 46th Cambridge Folk Festival. It was our third year and by far our most enjoyable event to date. It’s taken us literally three years to really ‘get into’ the folk festival and grab an understanding of what the whole thing is about. It is a most incredible thing really peopled by some remarkable and interesting folk!

It was a pleasure this year to meet up with the delightful and uniquely talented singer/songwriter April Anderson who was inspired enough by our presence to give us an impromptu performance….and totally wonderful it was too 🙂


This year we decided to create Musical Landscape banners….developing a unique style of work especially for the folk festival…..we look forward to building on this for future events and over the coming years themeing the entire folk festival with banners made by visitors in true ‘folk’ culture style 🙂

We look forward to seeing everybody again next year and don’t forget to look out for my April Anderson YouTube video which I’ll be blogging shortly!

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