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Suffolk Folk

Promoting Traditional Music, song and dance in East Anglia

Contact Info and Joining

Checking and Renewing your Membership

You can check your membership status and details if we have your email address. You can then renew your membership online if you have a UK credit or debit card.

How to Join Suffolk Folk

When you become a member of Suffolk Folk you are helping to promote and keep alive all aspects of Traditional Music, Dance and Song in Suffolk. Suffolk Folk produces the East Anglian folk magazine Mardles, organises the annual Playford Ball, The Riverside Day of Folk at Stratford St Andrew, music and song sessions, tutorial sessions, educational projects, concerts and other folk events. By becoming a member of Suffolk Folk you get a free copy of Mardles posted to you, cheaper admission to Suffolk Folk events and advance notice of events.

If you have problems printing the form, try this PDF Version which should fit on a sheet of A4 paper when printed.
If you would like to join, please print out and fill in this form and send with membership fee to:

Suffolk Folk Membership
18 Alderton Close

Contact Info

Please always use the email addresses here for the purposes shown - that means if someone changes jobs your email will still go to the right person.
Mardles Haines (admin) and Anahata (typesetting)
Mardles Morris On! Evans and Gill Brett
Mardles Social Barrett
Mardles event and Mike Lawrence Rudge
All other Parson

The Committee

CDs for review In Mardles

Please send review CDs to:
Mary Humphreys
5 Market Street

Jill ParsonChair
Maggie MooreSecretary, events organiser
Mary HumphreysTreasurer
Mike RudgeMembership secretary
AnahataWebmaster, Mardles editor
Mike LawrenceMardles club listings
Sue LawrenceMardles events calendar
Stan BloorEvents organiser
Simon HainesMardles advertising
Val HainesPublicity, Mardles distribution