The Lord Nelson Pub Reedham. Home of the Reedham Riverside Beer Festival.
The Lord Nelson Pub Reedham, Real Ales on the Norfolk Broads.
The Nelson.
Real Ales.
Home Cooked.
Live Events.
Beer Festival.
Pics & Vids.
Contact Us.

38 Riverside Rd




NR13 3TE

01493 701548

The Nelson

Real Ale

Home Cooked

Live Events

Beer Festival

Pics & Vids


Contact Us


Jon Collorick Pics


Jon Collorick Video


The Bug Hunters


The Chuffinches RRBF


The Chuffinches


The Water Rats


Rachael Leech


Sylvanne RRBF




Kemps Men


Carl & Danny


Duck Race 2009

Sylvanne at the Reedham Riverside Beer Festival

The Lord Nelson

Real Ale, Good Food & Live Music in Reedham on the Norfolk Broads


Award winning vocalist Dawn hails from Birmingham has performed in the U.K., Germany & South Africa. She was well known & loved in the West Midlands with her popular one woman show before relocating in the Waveney Valley. Prior to that, she worked throughout the U.K with Paul in a musical comedy duo. Dawn enjoys performing a variety of music from traditional through music hall to Forties ballads. She well deserves the Pseudonym ‘A Nightingale Sings' for her beautiful & haunting voice.  



Amanda's musical style has evolved from classical piano and violin lessons at school, and includes composing and performing music for local Amateur Dramatic Societies, as well as the diversity of playing anything from Vilvaldi in Chamber Orchestras to "The Highland fling" at Charity Ceilidhs. More recently, connecting and playing with kindred spirits at Accoustic Music and 'Open Mic' nights in local pubs, has unleashed the Celtic blood from her Scottish ancestry. Discovering a passion for the true versatility of fiddle playing has led to fun-filled music sessions, combining lively, rhythmic jigs with the more fluid, mellow tones of haunting Celtic ballads, mixed with the comfort of playing more popular, well known songs. Playing music together, rehearsed and bonded with friendship, is a truly special and joyous experience which we hope will be captured in the sound of "Sylvanne".