The news of the WalsallWoodstock festival taking place last Bank Holiday caught me by surprise – I’d seen no publicity for the event, and it was only a good mate mentioning it on Facebook that drew it to my attention. As soon as I knew I posted details up here on the blog.
Thankfully, I publicised the event in time for some readers to attend – and one in particular – local historian and top research wonk Clive Roberts attended and had a great time. Clive sent some great pictures and spoke of what a fun afternoon he’d had at the Horse & Jockey with some cracking bands and good ale.
Went up to the Horse and Jockey for WalsallWoodstock this afternoon. Lots of good music and plenty of nice people there too. Really great afternoon.
Here’s a few pictures for the blog.
Thanks to Clive for that, it looked like a really good gig. Next year, I’ll try and attend.
Remember, there are still a limited number of copies of Clive’s book ‘Snippets of Local History in and around Shire Oak’ available at Downes Newsagent in High Street, Brownhills, but they’re selling fast, so get one while you can.
Walsall Woodstock 2013 was a good day. Loads of live music and all for a good cause. Intermittent rainfall throughout the afternoon meant a few people left early, it did get cold later on towards the end but die hard muso’s don’t worry about a little rain and cold weather. Well done to Ken and his team at the Horse & Jockey…
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