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Miskin at Easter 04

Can it really be a year gone already? Much the same pattern as usual, but with several new faces and few new ideas to try.

Have you seen the report on Easter 2003? Have a look here it will give you an idea of wheat to expect in 2004

And here is the first glimpse of some of the guests lined up for this year. As many more again have been invited and will be added here as confirmation comes in.

New faces first

Cloudstreet ~ Sue Stevens

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

Copper Kettle ~ Jeff Henry

Harriet Earis and Colman Connelly


Arthur Oakley ~ Chris King

Dave Reader & Anne Mathews

Jim McAdams

And of course old friends

The Hot Tamales

Trefor & Vicki Williams

Gilly Hewitt ~ Bill Mc Kinnon

Mike Gibson & Chris Wenham

Spindwyers ~ Kathannie


Patti Smith & Ned Clamp

And our Saturday night band back by public demand !!

The Rarebits Ceilidh Band

And for the younger ones

"Jan's Van"

We will have again have exclusive use of the whole of the Miskin Mill Scout Village. The Mill Kitchen will be in full swing providing for all meals from Breakfast through to supper. An extensive menu will be available with meals to suit all tastes, all at reasonable prices.

The Main Mill building houses the kitchen and "Nellie Dean's Lounge", the main room of the Mill ( right next to the bar ). With its open fire and carved oak beams, the perfect setting for music sessions, in time honoured Miskin Style. The Bar itself was renamed "Barkers Bar" last year, in memory of our good friend Ray Barker who passed from us in 2002.

The Bar will be providing the usual range of real ales and other drinks.

The Cottage will be the venue for the evening Folk Clubs, Stories etc. If you have been to the mill before you will remember the superb acoustics, a real joy to sing there.

The Scout Hall will be the inside venue for Kids stuff and also for the Electric Concerts and Ceilidhs

The Pace Egging and other Easter games have estabished themselves a regular spot as you can see from the pictures these events were as popular with the adults as the children.

What with all the old favorites and some rather special Workshops, another great Easter is promised. Have a look around this years pages and also have a look at previous years to absorb some Miskin Magic

Remember, you make the festival so do let me know if you have any problems we can help with, or useful suggestions. Also note that this is a disabled friendly site with level or ramped access to nearly all areas and disabled toilet facilities - see you there !


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