Somehow the whole of the Oyster Band including the drummer performed in the bay window which passed for a stage at the White Hart - Alan Prosser had to stand sideways to play - and over 100 people crammed into the room to see them. At the end of August the pub closed without warning (the second pub to go under while the folk club was in residence - would any pub have us again?) and at a few days notice another venue was set up - this time at the Spalding Rugby Club. This wasn't suitable for the singaround which moved to the Pied Calf in the Sheepmarket. On December 19 a fund-raising ceilidh with the Old Parrot Band helped keep the show on the road for another year.
Gregson and Collister
Maurice and the Minors
Ceilidh with Cock and Bull Band at South Holland Centre
New Mexborough Concertina Quartet
Graham and Eileen Pratt
Ceilidh with Old Parrot Band at Spalding Common Hall