JJ’s Monday update #2

John Jones and the Reluctant Ramblers can confirm we will be walking into the following places on the Song of The Downs walking tour and celebrating…Sun 26th May, Hailsham Pavilion – big launch party/gig with lots of guests; Mon 27th Trevor Arms Pub in Glynde – a great music and song session with some of the finest players around; Tues 28th Hassocks Hotel – a proper gig with friends/guests from Brighton; Weds 29th Arundel (venue tbc); Thurs 30th Elsted Village hall – a gig within a session; Friday 31st venue tbc in the area of Meonstoke; Sat 1st June The Railway, Winchester – the final fling, in a great live music pub. Details of gigs, guests and walks to follow. Time to brush off those old walking boots and start thinking landscape and beer. JJ

3 thoughts on “JJ’s Monday update #2

  1. Everything is falling into place that I can join in the walk for the whole week. Couple of dumb questions having not manged to be on any of the previous walks. Do I need to have any access to personal transport at all during the week, or can I leave the car at home? Is there transport for bags? If needed I’m happy to bring the car and help out with a bag relay system – I just don’t know the form!

    Cheers, Graham.

  2. The “form” is that walkers, other than the band and crew, meet up and discuss how to move cars at either end of the walk each day. Often Facebook and private messages are a good way to get in touch and discuss plans ahead of the week. There is a big meet-up opportunity this year with the first show at the Hailsham pavilion being before the first day of the walk. If you don’t use Facebook then send an email to info@jj-rr.org and we will try to put you in touch with each other.

    Great to have you along Graham.

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