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Cropredy Tee-shirts Down the Years - a tribute to Cropredy's 30th Anniversary!
Added 2010-08-18 08:22:55

Pic: Simon Hadley

A huge thank you to all the T shirt wearers who left their beds early to be part of the the final photoshoot on Saturday morning.

A big thank you also to Chris, Gerry, Ric, Simon and Peggy, and Gareth, the festival organiser, for turning up in their favourite Cropredy T shirts to be part of the big picture.

Most especially the biggest thanks must go to Simon Hadley and his partner Liz, for the time they devoted to this project both before and during the festival. For making all the arrangements to take the individual location shots of everyone and providing the expertise and enthusiasm to get the best from all of the wearers to create such a fabulous collection of photographs. More...

Cropredy Running Times!
Added 2008-08-01 08:15:23

We are pleased to announce the running order and timings for this year's Cropredy Festival.

Please note: all timings are subject to change.

16.00 - 17.10 Whapweasel
17.20 - 18.00 Anthony John Clarke
18.20 - 19.50 The Gathering
20.00 - 21.00 John Tams & Barry Coope
21.20 - 23.00 Supergrass More...

Buster Chapman R.I.P.
Added 2009-12-12 11:27:10

News has reached us that one of our dear friends, Buster Chapman, has passed away.

Gareth Williams, Cropredy Festival director writes: "When I first began organising Cropredy in 2005, one of my first jobs was putting together the stewarding teams. Many had been working at the festival for years but, as ever, some did not return and needed replacing.

Buster Chapman and his then partner Claire, came forward and became one of the teams on Gate D, the backstage gate. Unable to keep still while the music was playing, they quickly became known as my Dancing Stewards, and consequently (but don't tell the others), my favourites. More...

Julie Fowlis Confirmed for Saturday 9 August!
Added 2008-02-08 18:52:01

Award-winning Gaelic singer JULIE FOWLIS and her band will play on Saturday 9 August 2008.

With two acclaimed solo albums to her name, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Julie was awarded 'Folk Singer of the Year' at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards on February 4 2008 (pictured here receiving her award from KT Tunstall).