Chiswell Community Walled Garden B-Side festival closing event.
Songlines: a walk where local stories encountered through song are combined with information about Portland, it’s geology and natural habitats.
Ranger Lyn Cooch of Wild about Weymouth and Portland gives an introduction to SONGLINES
Sounding Stone: 1pm onwards at The Drill Hall
Some of the ladies from Myrna’s Tea Dance sessions treated us to a little light steppin’.
Myrna Flew organises a tea dance once a fortnight to raise money for the Portland Community Partnership which helps a variety of people.
… an amazing crescndo to a wonderful day as a 100 voices (Quangle Wangle & Gasworks Singers) sing our shanty with us at Weymouth Bay Methodist Church
BBC Solent – Julian Clegg Breakfast Show live from Weymouth. 103.8fm (there’s another clip here)
Post Office, Fortuneswell, Portland
lovely …Wrens Court, Fortuneswell, Portland
Jacksons Café, Fortuneswell, Portland
Outside Quiddles Cafe, esplanade, Chiswell, Portland
Victoria Gardens Park, Fortuneswell, Portland
Foyle bank Court, Castletown, Portland (private perfomance for Foyle Bank residents)
IPACA Brackenbury infants & Underhill junior school playgrounds
Tophill Library, Easton
the arcade, Easton
YMCA, Reforne Rd, Easton
Cove Pub Folk Night
Whilst Barb, Julie, Andrea and ourselves were out on the buses Anna & Lorna were singing the shanty with everyone at ‘Singing for the Brain’ Community 2000 in Easton (along with Sheila, they’ve been going to a few of these sessions to sing SAILING FOR GOLD).
210 bus (thanks to South West Coaches) to Dorchester
210 buses – back to Weymouth & Portland
Island Voices singing their version of ‘Sailing for Gold’ at the George Inn, Reforne Rd, Easton
the folk club at the Ship Inn, Upwey, Weymouth
Portland Museum garden party
sung by the Portland Slingers at Jacksons Cafe