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IT COSTS MONEY TO PUT ON A by Val Depledge W


e’re working hard setting all the wheels in motion and raising funds to make it our best year yet. We held a very successful fundraising


Motown Party in January – thanks to all who made it such a fun event – and have our main fundraiser coming up in March: An Evening With Ruby Turner at DGCC on March 25th


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response for tickets has been phenomenal and at the time of writing there are just a few tickets left, so if you are interested in filling these last few spaces please contact Pam for more details on 01803 832419 or via e mail: pam.braakenburg@btinternet. com The good news is that all the


performances are STILL free, but – and yes, I know we’ve said it before - it costs money – a LOT of money – to hold a free Festival… That’s why we are so grateful for your


FREE FESTIVAL! Dart Music Festival is 20 this year, so the DMF team are all geared up and raring to go…


it’s the best and most joyful weekend of the year and we’re determined to keep that ethos going if we could....!” - Emilie Heard and Simon Geen (Doing a fine job so far, we think!) “I’m really pleased to be taking over


Thank you so much for


generosity in becoming sponsors and buying our programmes, merchandise, wristbands and, of course, popping your loose change (or more if you like – we’re not fussy..!) in our big yellow buckets. Thank you so much for your support – we really couldn’t do it without you. This year has seen a lot of changes as the DMF


your support – we really couldn’t do it without you.


as Treasurer and becoming involved in organising this very special event - lovely atmosphere, great music! - enjoyed by so many people.” Marte Lavender “We moved here in 2015 - both being big music fans, it seemed like the perfect way to get more involved in the local community. We’re looking forward to our first Dart Music Festival from ‘the other


side’!” Peter and Julie Archer Sadly we’ll be losing four more members


after this year’s Festival, including me, but as our ethos is to ‘Let Go With Love’ we will still stay involved – how could we not when it has been such an important part of our lives for so many years? Our Chairman Pam Braakenburg is retiring


Committee is having a bit of a shake-up. We said goodbye to some valued long term members in 2016, which was sad, but have welcomed a band of keen new DMF comrades who are already doing sterling work to make this year better than ever. No need to worry though, it will still be the Friendly Festival you know and love, with the same eclectic musical mix of a whole host of different genres all over town. Here’s what some of our ‘new additions’ have to say: “We got involved with the Music Festival because


from the Committee after this year’s Festival - she will be a hard act to follow and as yet nobody has stepped up to fill her shoes. Would you like to get involved? If you would like to


become part of this team and feel you could fill the role of Chairman please do get in touch.... Pam will be happy to talk to, advise and mentor anyone who might be interested in finding out more, so please contact her for more details on 01803 832419 or via e mail: pam.braakenburg@btinternet.com Nothing more to say except see you in May and enjoy the Festival – I know we will! www.dartmusicfestival.co.uk


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