Summary: Podcasts from the crew at Deepdale Backpackers & Camping, including information about events around the North Norfolk Coast, updates about music events at Deepdale, and general news from this beautiful part of the world.
Georgie & Jason chat about events coming soon. Jason chats with Nathan and a few of the conservation weekend volunteers. Georgie & Jason, with the addition of Simon chat about future events at Deepdale, including the Deepdale Hygge, Deepdale Beltane, Deepdale Festival and the essence of Deepdale. Finishes with a track by the wonderful Katie Spencer, Weather Beaten.
Happy New Year everyone! The January 2020 episode of the Deepdale Podcast is now available, with Georgie and Jason chating about the events coming up in January. They chat about running at the various Parkruns in the local area, including Holkham, Hunstanton, Blickling, Sheringham and further afield. The Farmers Markets of Creake Abbey, Fakenham, Aylsham and the tasty food available. Then they move onto the forthcoming events. The January Sunday Session with our favourite busker, Zeph. The February Sunday Session with Katie Spencer. And the June Sunday Session with The Shackleton Trio. You’ll find tracks from all three artists. Georgie and Jason get excited about the Deepdale Hygge and Deepdale Spring Market at the end of March. Would you agree with Jason that the Hygge is essence of Deepdale?
We chat with Nathan and Harriet, who are about to join the Deepdale crew. Jason interviews Emma O’Reilly after her gorgeous Sunday Session at Deepdale. There’s lots of chatter with stall holders and the organising team of the Deepdale Christmas Market. And we throw in a mention of some of the key events you’ll find this December, including the Hunstanton Christmas Day Swim, Royal watching at Sandringham, the Boxing Day Dip at Cromer, the Jolly Sailors Pub Quiz that continues each Tuesday, the local parkruns at Hunstanton and Holkham, and a whole bunch of events with Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Georgie, Simon and Jason chat about the events happening on the North Norfolk Coast during November, including Deepdale Christmas Market and the Emma O'Reilly Sunday Session. We have Emma's latest track, Count, for you to listen to. Jason chats with Jo at Holkham about the events the estate is hosting in the next couple of months. Georgie, Simon and Jason look into December, including swimming in the sea on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
A Deepdale Festival Special recorded during the Deepdale Festival at the end of September. Interviews with artists Katie Spencer (8' 20"), Tilly Moses (16' 34") & The Shackleton Trio (25' 55"). Discover how the creative process works for them, and how they choose the places they play. Plus chats with Nathan & Harriet (Festival crew), Chris (Festival Director), Paul & Sue (Regulars and music hosts at The Garden House), Sarah, Caroline & Simon (Deepdale crew), all recorded on the Deepdale Festival site. Georgie and Jason will return shortly with the regular monthly podcast.
Georgie and Jason chat about events in September in and around Deepdale, including the Norfolk Coast Dark Skies Festival. Simon tells us about his favourite place on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast. There's chat about the more unusual acts at Deepdale Festival in late September. A look forward to events taking place at Deepdale in October, including the Norfolk Walking & Cycling Festival, The Sheringham Shantymen - Sunday Session, and First There Is A Mountain at Brancaster beach with the National Trust.
Jason and Georgie chat about upcoming events in and around the beautiful North Norfolk Coast during August. Jason and Chris chat about some of the highlights of Deepdale Festival, including how he asked Martin Carthy to perform. Chris interviews Morganway about their new album and their upcoming headlining set of Friday night of Deepdale Festival at the end of September. We even have a taster of Morganway's new single, Let Me Go. Enjoy this months podcast and we look forward to you listening in next month. Full details of all the events chatted about in this podcast, including Deepdale Festival, can be found on the Deepdale website at www.deepdalebackpackers.co.uk