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Bakewell Monday Market Monday 6th November 2017 

Bakewell Market takes place every Monday, part of the market is held on the square in front of the Co-op building and the other part, in front of the police station.  

The traders on this lively, vibrant and thriving market,  provide visitors with a variety of goods and fresh produce. 

Bakewell is the only Market Town in the beautiful Peak District National Park. The Charter for this Monday market was granted in 1330, the third year of Kind Edward 111's forty year reign.

 
Bakewell Monday Market Monday 13th November 2017 

Bakewell Market takes place every Monday, part of the market is held on the square in front of the Co-op building and the other part, in front of the police station.  

The traders on this lively, vibrant and thriving market,  provide visitors with a variety of goods and fresh produce. 

Bakewell is the only Market Town in the beautiful Peak District National Park. The Charter for this Monday market was granted in 1330, the third year of Kind Edward 111's forty year reign.

 
Mawkin 17th - 17th November 2017 

Mawkin bring muscular folk to Bakewell

Channelling Bellowhead and Fairport

In 2015 Mawkin delivered their self-produced and critically acclaimed album ‘The Ties That Bind’. Their ‘unapologetically energetic’ approach and DIY ethic surprised critics, fans and welcomed new audience members describing them as a ‘modern day Fairport’. With a host of rebel rousing folk songs and instrumentals the band modernise traditional folk material with their own touch and have since excited audiences with their artillery of loud, boisterous, foot stomping live sets. Critics of the album suggested that Mawkin might fill the ‘Bellowhead shaped hole’ so it seemed only natural to support them on their farewell tour of 2016 among a flurry of key festivals and UK tour dates. 

The band members have a wealth of other musical experience between them with brothers David and James’s involvement with Eliza Carthy and Norma Waterson, Jim Moray, Topette!, and the two providing stand-in support for members of Bellowhead. Nick Cooke is Kate Rusby and False Lights’ melodeon player, is a professional mastering engineer and has worked with some of the most iconic producers in our lifetime. Lee Richardson, who’s former background was in dance music, is an award winning producer of TV, advertising and trailer music.

The band’s line-up is:James Delarre: Vocals, Violin; David Delarre: Vocals, Guitar; Nick Cooke: Melodeon; Danny Crump: Bass; Lee Richardson: Drums
‘Masculine, Muscular Folk Quintet’ – The Independent
‘A Gutsy re-working of Traditional Songs’ – The Guardian
‘Unconditionally Mighty’ – MOJO
‘Invigorating, Highly Inventive’ – Q Magazine
‘Unapologetically Energetic’ – Songlines Magazine
‘A wholly edgier version of folk’ – Cambridge News
‘The Pogue-ish sound that resides in young men’s heads’ – The Independent

17 November, 7.30pm (Doors 7pm)

Tickets £15 www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/305693

 
Bakewell Monday Market Monday 20th November 2017 

Bakewell Market takes place every Monday, part of the market is held on the square in front of the Co-op building and the other part, in front of the police station.  

The traders on this lively, vibrant and thriving market,  provide visitors with a variety of goods and fresh produce. 

Bakewell is the only Market Town in the beautiful Peak District National Park. The Charter for this Monday market was granted in 1330, the third year of Kind Edward 111's forty year reign.

 
Bakewell Monday Market Monday 27th November 2017 

Bakewell Market takes place every Monday, part of the market is held on the square in front of the Co-op building and the other part, in front of the police station.  

The traders on this lively, vibrant and thriving market,  provide visitors with a variety of goods and fresh produce. 

Bakewell is the only Market Town in the beautiful Peak District National Park. The Charter for this Monday market was granted in 1330, the third year of Kind Edward 111's forty year reign.

 

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