The Cygnet Folk Club, Stafford,

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Date:1963

Description:Cygnet Folk Club was held at the Swan Hotel during the 1960s. It was organised by Ron Winkle, who can be seen at the front holding a banjo.

Some of the other acts pictured include the Three Sues from Walsall (Sue Finch, Sue Roberts and Sue Hunter) on the left. Behind them is Chris Towe. Holding a guitar is Noel Murphy. The tall gentleman standing at the back is Norman Bush.


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1940s
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1960s
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Image courtesy of: Winkle, R. Mr

Donor ref:R. Winkle no., PT00608, img: 3423 (18/3726)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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