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01.10.2013

Jigsaw Community Festivals is run by a group of

musicians and sets out to supply small, well

organised music festivals to communities across the

Midlands and beyond.

 

                                                    Led by Oliver Carpenter, Jigsaw

                                           Community Festivals - a not-for-profit

                                           organisation - now has a track

                                           record of supplying these festivals to

                                           rural pubs, sports clubs, community

                                           centres, craft centres etc, bringing

                                           nationally acclaimed music to smaller                                                     venues in a friendly, happy, low cost                                                     festival format that enables excellent

                                                    fundraising and income generation                                                     opportunities to the venue and                                                           introduces the bands to new                                                               audiences.

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SEE WHAT YOU GET!

We have produced a video of BLUES AT THE FOLD 2011 to show how our festivals work, the quality of the bands, PA and equipment, and a view of how one of our festivals looks and feels including views of some of the audience.

Click HERE to view

And to watch a short film by Phil Blackmore of the marquee going up and down at this year’s Jinney Ring Blues Festival click HERE

GUIDE COSTS

JCF has donated £1500 to The World Land Trust following a successful 2013 season. This donation alone would have saved 15 acres of Borneo Rainforest in perpetuity but fortunately the charity currently has a match funding project so we have actually saved THIRTY ACRES! Thanks to everyone who came to our events this year. Check out www.worldlandtrust.org for more info - every £100 saves an acre!