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Sunshine and Jake’s music drew customers to Farmers’ Market
Monday, 12 November 2012
Jake Slocombe. SR 3798
SWEET music and that unusual commodity - sunshine - helped the early November Crediton Farmers’ Market buzz.
There was a stall selling books and CDs for the charity Freedom From Torture, lovely smells coming from the snacks stall and all the seasonal produce around the stalls.
Music was made by Jake Slocombe who lives in Crediton and who sings as well as playing guitar and violin.
He even included ceilidh music which got some of the younger customers tapping their toes on the town square. Mostly it was pretty cool stuff, some with his own slant and all highly enjoyable.
Jake, who sometimes busks in Exeter, is available for weddings and events, jazz sessions and ceilidhs.
There is the mid-November market, then on Saturdays December 1 and 15 and on Sunday, December 23. Christmas goods ordered at the November or December markets can be collected at the December 15 or 23 markets.
For more information about Jake and to book him for your event give him a call on 07805 633 794 or see the website: www.reverbnation.com/jakeslocombemusic .
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