We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started, And know the place for the first time. ~T.S. Eliot Four Quartets

23 June 2008

Musical Village

The wellies were donned en masse this weekend, but despite the rain and gales that descended upon the village, the first ever international music festival took place here, and was carried off very well. I of course, spent alot of my time chasing after my two year old daughter, rather than actually watching anything at all, but she did some dancing too, and there was a music creche set up for kids, which she really enjoyed.
The pub was packed out, and not just for the Uilean pipes! It was a very cosy place to escape the rain. Nevertheless, this is England and a little rain can't stop people from having a good time. My son probably enjoyed the chocolate fountain the best, as well as running amok with his friends and buying up every sweet he could get his hands on. Yesterday the pub hosted a bbq for those that helped out with organising and cleaning up, etc. after the festival, which we (well, hubby did) did, so that was great, with lots of veggie options too.

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