Special day for folk of note

Special day for folk of note

Top names from the world of Welsh folk will be at the National Botanic Garden on Sunday June 2.

The traditional Welsh-Breton music and dance day features Fern Hill stalwarts Ceri Rhys Matthews and Julie Murphy and, from the Mordekkers, Peni Ediker and Stef Balesi.

Other stars in the folk firmament taking to the stage that day are Martin Leamon (Sild),  Sille Ilves, from Estonia, piper-flautist Jason Lawday and harpist Ceri Owen Jones (of the Bethlehem Village Band).

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Organiser Peni Ediker said: “The Garden is such a stunning venue for this sort of event. We will be using various venues around the place, providing music to visitors all day long.”

The plan is that all the acts will get together for a ‘twmpath’ finale to mark the end of the event.

The music will be playing from 1pm to 6pm and is included in the normal cost of Garden admission.

For more information about this and other Garden events,email info@gardenofwales.org.uk or call 01558 667149.

 

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