Open day for Fenland recording studio

MORE than 100 people attended Grange Farm Studio’s second anniversary open day.

MORE than 100 people attended Grange Farm Studio’s second anniversary open day.

Guests included those from the London music industry and from local radio.

The sun shone as guests enjoyed a barbecue and live music from a number of acts who have worked at Grange Farm since it opened in 2008. They included singer/songwriter Neil Cousin, blues singer Lexi Green and rock band King Kool.

The event was also attended by the Mayor of West Norfolk Council, Councillor Zipha Christopher.


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Studio manager Lucy Ryan said: “It was a great way of thanking our fantastic clientele and the friends that we had made since opening the studio two years ago.

“We also met a number of new people, with expressing their amazement at this stunning high quality facility that we have created.”

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Grange Farm, a converted barn set in 10 acres of farmland, is a state-of-the-art recording and production studio.

For more information about Grange Farm, call 01945 430265 or e-mail lucy@grangefarmstudio.com

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