With so much uncertainty around the Coronavirus and how it will affect us all in the coming months, we just wanted to let you know where we stand here at FolkEast.
At this stage, we are still planning for the festival to go ahead and we hope to see you at Glemham Hall on the weekend of the 21st-23rd August.
Like everyone, we are heeding the official government advice that is given on a day-to-day basis and watching what is going on around the world. We will be constantly reviewing the situation as the weeks unfold and should the position change, we will let you know as soon as we can. A huge thank you to everyone in the FolkEast family and to all our FolkEasters for your on going support.
It is a difficult and confusing time and now, more than ever, we need to take care of ourselves, not only our physical health but our mental health. Please look after yourselves, keep talking and sharing the skills and creativity that make our festival world so unique.
We are all in the same boat and we will continue to paddle together as long as we have oars to do so …
B & J
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