This year's Blues and Booze In The Bury, held on Sat 14 June, was a big success. The event raised a substantial sum for the charity, The Neurofibromatosis Association, provided the crowd with some excellent music and real ales and everyone, young and old, had a good time. The event started with a Heroes Parade from RAF Odiham which ended in The Bury with a fine performance from the RAF marching band. Then at 12 noon the blues festival started and ran through till 6 pm. The performers this year were: Bob Long Pete Harris & Hugh Budden Jim Crawford Ernies Rhythm Section The Spikedrivers. All the musicians said they had enjoyed playing at this festival. There was a happy, lively atmosphere all afternoon. The people and companies who contributed time, effort and money to making Blues & Booze In The Bury 2008 a success are too numerous to list here but special thanks to Wooldridge Demolition and A J Blake, the principal sponsors and to Lee Jones, Sound Engineer, who stepped in at the last minute to save the show when the guy who was booked to do it, let us down. There are lots of photos of the event on this site under "Photos". Just click the link to Flickr.