Sunday, 2 August 2009

We don't just have great music acts at the Co-operative Cambridge Folk Festival...

As well as all the music there's lots of other stuff going on at this year's Festival.

The Folknet Cafe is where revellers can go and catch up on emails, update their Facebook or Twitter pages, and interact with this very blog (or get a weather report so they can choose the correct footwear!) all while having a hot cup of tea and a bite to eat.

The Hub is a Bedouin tent beside the Folknet Cafe which is reserved exclusively for young people to make music and take part in workshop and sessions that are led by some of the young artists that are also performing on stage.

There's also a duck pond within the Cherry Hinton Hall grounds. And after last night's rain, the pond's residents were pretty happy with all the extra water around!

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