Mardles.org website has taken over from Mardles print magazine which ceased publication in January 2018. The aim of the website is to share information about folk music and dance in East Anglia and to support folk events in the area. This will include keeping an up-to-date website, maintaining regular contact with subscribers, and may in the future include organizing folk events as finances allow. We are a non-profit-making organization.

Disclaimer
We take great care to ensure that the contents of all parts of the website are accurate. However, we accept no liability for any mistakes or misprints that appear. The views and opinions expressed in articles are those of the individual authors and do not reflect the opinions of the editor or any of the Mardles team.

We invite everyone with an interest in Folk Music and Dance to submit articles, reviews and event listings.  Please see Contact Us if you would like to contribute.

If you become a Subscriber, you will receive a Mail Chimp newsletter from us approximately once a month. This will draw attention to recent items of interest to be found on the website as well as direct links to selected events in our area.

Who's who in Mardles.org

Person Role in Mardles bio notes
Simon Haines Website editor Runs Hadleigh Folk & Acoustic Music Nights; plays in Rosewood
John Heaser Web site assistance Helps to run Norfolk Ceilidhs
David Evans Morris On! co-writer with Gill Brett Dances with Hageneth Morris and Old Glory Molly Dancers and Musicians Gill dances with Haughley Hoofers
Jill Parson Events Dance caller & Member of Barley Brigg Morris and Golden Star Morris
Val Haines Reviews Plays in Bof! & The Hosepipe Band
Mike Rudge Treasurer Plays fiddle with Cambridge Contra
Peter Rushmer Advertising & Events Former Norfolk Folk Association Chair and co-founder of The Keel Band & Threescore
Sue Lawrence  Listings & Diary Plays for Haughley Hoofers NW Clog Morris and Hoxon Hundred Morris

 

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