We were invited to play at Cromwell’s Cafe as part of the Cranleigh Food and Music festival run by the Cranleigh Arts Centre, the place was full decorated with glow in the dark garden pebbles, it looked amazing. Here’s a video they made of the event – we appear at 2:15
We played at the finish line of the Woking Bikeathon in May. GetSurrey came along with a camera and we’ve made the closing seconds of their report. You can watch it here
We had the great opportunity to participate on the Woking Food and Drink Festival this year. It was an excellent experience for the band, we had the chance to try out a vast variety of meals and beverages. We usually just east fast food and an occasional beer, it was a nice change to switch from an ordinary beer to wine. It was not only very tasty but we also very educational. Staff from Local Winos explained to us all there is to know about both red and white wine, such as the appropriate serving temperatures and how to pair them with meals. This is certainly an event I recommend to each and everyone of you! As you can imagine we took some pictures while we were there to preserve memories and to share them with you.
When we were in Gloucester Square, the nice chap from Woking News and Mail came over to see us.
The photo is on the Woking News and Mail site.
This is how the page appeared in the paper:
From getSurrey on 19th July:
Claudia Arnold, Cardboard Carousel, The Toniks and The Surrey Ukeaholics all played, with many taking part in the busk-a-long that took place at the end led by the Surrey Ukeaholics with voices, spare instruments and kazoos that were given away as part of the event. Grainne Walsh, who attended, said: “It was really lovely to have such great music in the town, it really made a lovely atmosphere and the performers were great – a friendly event.”