Events

Forthcoming Events:

Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th July 2015:

Porter Songs 2:  A musical tour from Endcliffe park to Shepherd Wheel.

Join me for a historical musical walking tour along the Porter Brook as part of the the Tramlines Festival Folk Forest Fair line up. Picking up where Porter Songs 1 left off, this musical meander will use stories and song to interpret the history of the area around Endcliffe Park.

Tours will be setting off from a stall at the Folk Forest Fair, somewhere near to the Endcliffe Park.  Times are TBC, but will be on the afternoon of the 25th and 26th, and will last around one hour.  Tour running times will be published on the day, so look out for the Heritage Song blackboard (and Scott, who’ll be milling around with his guitar!)

The route is only around 1 mile in length, and will stay on mostly level paved paths, so the tour should be suitable for wheelchair users.   There are toilets and refreshments at the start point, and refreshments only at the end point (Wheel coffee at Shepherd Wheel).

Please wear sensible footwear!

The tour is free, but donations are welcome, and souvenir programmes and CD recordings of the music will be available for sale.  Proceeds will be shared between performers.

Porter Brook: Forge Dam (3) to Shepherd Wheel (6)


Past Events:

Sunday 21st June 2015:

Porter Songs 1:  A musical tour into the past along Whiteley Woods

Join me for a historical musical walking tour along the Porter Brook Shepherd Wheel to Forge Dam. Exploring the themes, stories and atmospheres of special sites along the way, a promenade performance of a carefully curated programme of original, tradition and contemporary song and music.

Numbers are limited so please book a place by emailing scott@littlesheffieldguitar.com or calling 07929 316270

Tours will run from 11:00-12:30, and 13:30-15:00.
The route is only around 1 mile in length, but because of the uneven nature of some parts, unfortunately it is not considered suitable for wheelchair users.   There are toilets and refreshments at the start and ends points.
Please wear sensible footwear!

The tour is free, but donations are welcome, and souvenir programmes and CD recordings of the music will be available for sale.  Proceeds will be shared between performers, the FoPV and SIMT.

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