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The Hertfordshire Folk Association

What is the Hertfordshire Folk Association, and what does it do?

The object of the Association is to:

It publishes a magazine called "Puddingstone" three times a year, runs workshops, and provides financial support to other folk activities in the county. It maintains "Diary Dates", which is a list of dances that are being run by the affiliated clubs (and others), and awards the Bill Ranscombe Award to people who have made a significant contribution to English Folk Music, Dance & Song in Hertfordshire.

Membership costs £2 per year for an individual, £3 per year for a household, and £10 per year for a group or club. If you'd like to join, click here for an application form (PDF), that you can print out and complete.

The members elect a committee at the Annual General Meeting, and this committee meets every couple of months, to plan the activities. (Next meeting: 9th June, at Adrian's, with the following one pencilled in for 15th September.)

For further information about the Hertfordshire Folk Association, you can E-mail: info@hertsfolkassn.org.uk

You can link to, or get more information about, the HFA's affiliated groups here

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Web-site created and maintained by Roger Swaine (E-mail: webmaster@hertsfolkassn.org.uk).