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Editor: Pete McClelland  Contributors: Nicola Rain, Dave Benton, Sarah Mallinson

Ashbury Uke won at Cropredy!


Hobgoblin supporting FAIR MOBILITY charity

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An Ashbury AU-60 Ukulele donated by Hobgoblin was raffled at Cropredy festival last week in aid of the FAIR MOBILITY charity. The prize was signed by the Fairport Convention band members and handed over by Simon Nicol himself. ...read the full story

NEW Violin specialist in Birmingham

News Story from the Birmingham shop

Repairs, restorations, sales and specialist advice in Birmingham

We would like to welcome qualified and expereinced luthier and Violin brand manager Stephen Silcock to the company. Stephen will be available in the Birmingham shop every Wednesday and Thursday for consultations, part exchanges, restorations, repairs and friendly no obligation advice on your orchestral stringed instrument. ...read the full story

Beautiful Wheatstone Aeola Concertina!

News Story from the Manchester shop

A special little something - Restored its original condition

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