Anam Cara Dance - Bellydance in Norwich Norfolk. Trunchonbury 2009

Trunchonbury 2009 & 2014

Trunch village in Norfolk was the setting for a music festival organized by Steven Randall that saw talented bands from across the region gather to raise money for the Big C appeal. Trunch was the most unlikely location for a mini Glastonbury style spectacular made up of voluntary enthusiasts with aim to raise money for charity.

Musical highlights included, popular local indie duo Glory Glory, Ugly Dog Skiffle Combo and The Ron Sayer Band. The outdoor stage lights and sound were emphasized with a giant backdrop logo saying Trunchonbury. A little bit of eastern promise was provided by Anam Cara with some American Tribal Style Belly dancing. 

Activities over the festival weekend included, free beauty therapy, ATS  Belly dancing Workshops and various stalls that added to the whole atmosphere. Many fans purchased Trunchonbury memorabilia including a custom made T-shirt that listed the bands. Mr Randall plans a Trunchonbury festival on a yearly basis and is in the process of looking out for bands and sponsors for the next one.


Complete list of bands and performers that took part: Jack The House, Nick and Dave, Boogie Fever, Adrian Cockburn, Sonney Lee, Ron Sayer Band, Wooly Mammoths, Electric Blues Machine, Vocal Chords Choir, Mister Splinta, Time and Mercy, Midnight Shift, Lyndon Ward

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