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Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair

An event in May in Isle of Wight
Wolverton Manor
Shorwell
Isle of Wight
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After a sell-out successful launch in 2011, the festival has been gaining momentum with fantastic bands/artists each year along with locally produced food, children's activities, tea tent and not forgetting the Real Ale tent!

The live music stage will provide a full programme, also featuring the best of the Island's Folk & Blues musicians.

There is also the popular 'Beer Tent Acoustic Stage'

With an IW real ale beer tent, BBQ, Tea Tent, children's activities, Circus Skills and Morris Dancing, The Wolverton Folk & Blues Fair is a great opportunity to enjoy top live music and great festival food, set against the backdrop of the beautiful West Wight scenery.

Advance tickets available from:
Waterstones Bookshop, Newport.
The Village Shop, Brighstone.
Briddlesford Lodge Farm Shop, Wootton Bridge.
Brighstone School.
Shorwell Shop.

For more information or enquiries E-mail: folkfair@wolvertonmanor.co.uk

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