Comedian Adrian Edmondson a hit at Hachfest

COMEDIAN Adrian Edmondson and his band The Bad Shepherds proved a big hit at this year's Hachfest live music festival.

Colin Adwent

COMEDIAN Adrian Edmondson and his band The Bad Shepherds proved a big hit at this year's Hachfest live music festival.

Thousands flocked to the three-day event with even the torrential rain on Saturday night failing to dampen the festival spirit.

The comedian and his band were among the acts taking part on Friday night with more than 1,000 people turning up to watch.


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Those behind the annual event at Mutimer's Meadow in Hatcheston, near Woodbridge, were thrilled with attendances on all three days.

Faye Skinner, one of the organisers, said: “It's been absolutely fantastic. We have had around 3,500 people and the atmosphere has been amazing.

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“Even in the big downpour on Saturday people were still dancing with their brollies and being very British. It was a proper festival spirit.

“It's really been a team effort to put this on. The whole team have been fantastic.”

All genres of music were catered for during Hachfest 2009 including folk, punk and reggae.

Saturday and yesterday was the chance for local musicians to showcase their talents.

Charities will also benefit from the fundraising at the festival.

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