2019 – The Story So Far
We started putting on our Alpaca Walk events in the Autumn of last yearin conjunction with the lovely people at Pages Farm in Elstree, and they have proved to be more popular than we could ever have imagined.
In April this year we hosted a group of adults with learning difficulties from St Albans, The project leader of the group said “Thank you for a fantastic day today! All our members loved being at your farm”, and added “The members will remember today and talk about it for a long time”.
The Bushey Music Crawl
Saturday, 19 January. One town, six pubs, great live music. Didn’t they do well!
We kicked off in The Three Crowns with Festival favourite, Keith Bayley. His solo album ‘Rivers and Rain’ is now available on all digital platforms. Check out Keith’s music on his website www.roadwestguitar.com.
We had a full house at The Royal Oak for a Cat Called Dave. Check out their Facebook page or Lemonrock for gig news.
Bushey Heath resident, Nick Tidball and Steve Drake performing as Heath kept us entertained in The Horse and Chains.
Well done to the remarkable Sarah Vista, https://sarahvista.bandcamp.com, who performed at The King Stag. Despite problems with the borrowed PA system (entirely out of their control), they ploughed on and delivered a superb unplugged set. Much appreciated by those lucky enough to be close to the stage.
Thanks to Missing The Ferry for helping us party in the streets of Bushey! The Swan was so busy, they had to play outside on the pavement.
You can listen to their music on soundcloud.com/missingtheferry
Our final stop had us rocking all over the world in The Red Lion with 2 acts, Back to Square One, www.b2s1music.co.uk, supported by Will Russell.
Congratulations to everyone who completed the entire Music Crawl and collected a sticker from each venue. They all received the much coveted Bushey Festival Music Crawl 2019 Certificate. Well done all!
See our Galleries page for photo highlights from the 2018 Bushey Festival.