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East Anglian Traditional Music Trust
(EATMT) is a registered charity (No 1082774) which aims to increase awareness of, and access to, the traditional folk music, song and dance of the Eastern Counties. EATMT organise a number of special events during the course of the year. For full details, write (including SAE) to EATMT, 44 Old Street, Haughley, Suffolk, IP14 3NX, Or, email them at,. Or, visit the website at
Norfolk Folk Association
The Norfolk Folk Association is for anyone who is interested in folk dance, song or music. Its aim is to encourage and promote folk music throughout the county. If you would like to join, the subscription is only £2 per year for individual members, £10 for clubs and other organisations. Subscriptions are due on1st January each year.
Norfolk Folk Association provides a printed listing of all folk clubs and events free to members and 25p to non-members. The listing is updated and published three times per year
Norfolk Folk Association also organises a programme of annual events for members including Spring, Summer, Autumn and Christmas Dances.
Contact: Tony Gomme, Woodpeckers, Hunstead Lane, Brooke, Norwich, NR15 1JP. Tel. 01508 550407
Rig-a-Jig-Jig Project
A Norfolk music history project.Carries out research and maintains a collection which is used for travelling exhibitions. For further information and calendar of exhibitions or events contact Des Miller, Tel: 01603 449365 or Chris Holderness, Tel : 01263 861799 Mob. 07766 621018 or e-mail
Suffolk Folk
Suffolk Folk is a non profit making organisation that aims to promote traditional and modern folkmusic, song and dance in Suffolk and contiguous areas. If you would like to become a member, the subscriptions are £10 per year for individuals and £20 per year for family membership. Suffolk Folk publishes "Mardles" magazine, which is mailed to members quarterly.
Membership also enables reduced entry to events hosted or supported by the organisation.
Contact: Stan Bloor 01473 832565
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