We are very fortunate to have Peggy coming to the Barn. North American by birth and a member of the singing Seeger family, she made England her home in 1959. She entered the burgeoning UK folk world partnered by Ewan McColl, who wrote "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" for her. She became a feminist in the late 60s, her song "Gonna be an Engineer" becoming one of the best known feminist anthems. She plays guitar, banjo, autoharp, English concertina and piano and sings a wide variety of folk and topical songs. There is much to learn here- it will be a tremendous weekend and Peggy has confessed that she is looking forward to it with pleasure.