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Sunday 17 July | 11:00am - 4:00pm


Our popular summer Village Day is back with live music, headline folk band MISHRA, pop-up food, 

artist stalls, Junior Bake Off, hands-on craft activities for families & more...




Discover local artist stalls & have-a go family craft activities 

Live music all day under the tent: acclaimed global folk collective MISHRA, jazz from Ruth Applin & Josh Kemp, much loved hits from the 70s from young musicians Livvy & Joe & the ever popular Come & Sing Choir

Samba Drumming workshop

Junior Bake Off competition, adjudicated by BBC Bake Off finalist Ian Cumming CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY FORM

Pop-up food & drink includes: Boho Kitchen, Fired Up Pizza, Ocean Tree Fish & Chips, Granary outdoor bar, Granary cafe & ice creams 


Sorry - no dogs on site expect Guide Dogs


Headline folk band MISHRA (2pm - 4pm) 


Ford Collier, low whistle, guitar, calabash, percussion | Kate Griffin, banjo, vocals, dobro, guitar | John Ball​, tabla, santoor | Joss Mann-Hazell, double bass | Alex Lyon, clarinet, bass clarinet, vocals


'A powerful and heady cocktail, bringing together the flavours and ingredients of four different continents,

and producing a sumptuous feast for the ears…'

Folk Radio UK


Mishra describe themselves as a global collective and have quickly established themselves as an imaginative, fresh new voice in folk. Their sumptuous blend of Indian percussive rhythms, low whistling Celtic melodies, British and North American traditional songs with hints of jazz combine to form a hard-to-define warm and vibrant music, affectionately described by Songlines Magazine as 'an airborne amalgam of cross-continental pollinations'.


In 2018 Mishra won Cambridge Folk Festival’s first ever Christian Raphael prize and used the prize money to record their debut album The Loft Tapes which features live-in-the-room analogue recordings of their uniquely accessible Indo-folk. Their new album RECLAIM expresses the joyous energy of reclaiming freedom after lockdown and was applauded by Folk and Tumble for 'capturing just about every essential aspect of traditional folk music'.