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TALES FROM THE WOODS MEMBERSHIP IS NOW FREE

What is Tales From The Woods?
Tales From The Woods is a free on-line roots music magazine published around 6 times a year.
Our contributors are fans of many styles of music, including 50's rock'n'roll and rockabilly, blues, jazz, R&B, folk, cajun, zydeco, swamp pop and many other genres.
We also feature articles on any other subject that interests us - travel, politics, nostalgia and more.

BUT WE ARE MORE THAN JUST A MAGAZINE!
Tales From The Woods is also a social networking group. We get together at concerts, we organise a monthly meet-up in London where we get together for
a drink and a meal and a chat about common interests, and we arrange visits to places of interest - museums, exhibitions, historical sites and more.
Also, over the years we have organised a number of group trips to the USA to visit music festivals and other events. The size of the groups on these
trips have varied from four people to twenty-six. depending on the amount of interest in the destinations and dates of travel.
Tales From The Woods is also famous for its promotions, featuring UK and overseas performers, including the celebrated BRITISH ROCK'N'ROLL HERITAGE SHOWS.

READ OUR ONLINE MAGAZINE FOR FREE
If you still wish to receive a printed copy, subscription rates are shown below.

To get your free membership contact
Email: keithwoods25@hotmail.com or tftw@blueyonder.co.uk
OR
write to
Keith Woods
25 Queen Anne Avenue,
Bromley,
Kent BR2 0SA
Telephone/Fax: 020 8460 6941
Mobile: 07941 540574

You will also receive our FREE email bulletins which provide regular (sometimes irregular) information on all our activities.

Subscription rates for a printed magazine are £10.00 for a full year (4-6 issues) or just £20.00 for two years (about twice as many). Cheques made payable to Keith Woods.
Write your name and address on the back of the cheque so that we know where to send the mag.
Become a "Woody", you know it makes sense.

Please feel free to submit any items for publication that you think will be of interest to fellow subscribers.

The 'Tales From The Woods' editorial board reserves the right to edit, amend or omit any part or parts of the articles submitted for publication. We'll also check your spelling.