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Boston is the town from which the Pilgrim Fathers began their long journey to a new world. One of the major cities in the what is now known as the USA is named after this Lincolnshire port and market town.

England has a rich musical tradition, part of that heritage is presevered and indeed continued in the country's many folk clubs, one such club is Boston Folk Club, now well into its fourth decade.

Boston Folk Club presents a varied programme of contemporary and traditional folk, blues & roots music from some of the world's finest artistes, as well as showcasing the best of local talent.

The club meets once a month, normally on the 2nd Monday of the month, upstairs at the Eagle pub on West Street in Boston. (just across from Boston railway station). Floor singers are always very welcome.

The pub is a free house serving Boston's most palatable selection of ales, including Adnams and Timothy Taylors. In addition there are always guest real ales and ciders, and a different pint to try each time!

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For further details contact Greg Swain tel 01205 358783 / email