Photos from an epic week

So last week I did nine shows in eight days including ‘Three Acres And A Cow’ at the International Permaculture Convergence, a Pedal Folk tour and Metal’s Harvest festival. Here are a few photos… now I’m off to dribble in a corner for a couple of weeks whilst I recover!

‘Three Acres And A Cow’ at Greenbelt Festival

greenbelt 2015I’m really looking forward to Greenbelt festival next month, the line up looks really good. ‘Duke Special’ and ‘This Is The Kit’ are particular favourites of mine.

Rachel Rose Reid and I are performing ‘Three Acres And A Cow, A History Of Land Rights And Protest In Folk Song And Story‘ at The Canopy Stage, 10am on Monday 31st August. Naomi Wilkins will be joining us too which means some lovely harmonies are in store!

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Cock & Bull Festival – Lentil Farm – Near Milkshake, Wiltshire – 26/07/14

cock and bull
I will be performing ‘Three Acres And A Cow – A History Of Land Rights And Protest In Folk Song And Story’ with Rachel Rose Reid at the Cock & Bull Festival in Wiltshire on 26th July after lunchtime around the 2pm mark.

Have a little peek at their website .. there is loads of great stuff going on including some brilliant friends of mine such as Nick Hart, Pete The Temp, Whiskey Moonface and a host of others. The festival is a fundraiser for a really great farm charity which connects young people from the city with food and the countryside.

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Here is a beautiful video about Jamie’s Farm –

TA&aC at the cock & bull festival

cock and bull
I will be performing ‘Three Acres And A Cow – A History Of Land Rights And Protest In Folk Song And Story’ with Rachel Rose Reid at the Cock & Bull Festival in Wiltshire on 26th July after lunchtime around the 2pm mark.

Have a little peek at their website by clicking on the poster … there is loads of great stuff going on including some brilliant friends of mine such as Nick Hart, Pete The Temp, Whiskey Moonface and a host of others. The festival is a fundraiser for a really great farm charity which connects young people from the city with food and the countryside.

Rachel and Robin 1400


Here is a beautiful video about Jamie’s Farm –