Branston & District

Ukulele

Tony Chapman who is the convenor of this group writes..

"You can't help but smile when you see someone playing one of these"

Ever thought of joining the increasing number of people playing the Ukulele?

Forget the images of George Formby peering into windows and hanging around lamp posts! Anyway, even though George did occasionally play a 'classic' ukulele, most people remember him with a banjo-ukulele or banjolele.

I've been playing for the last few years, having previously played guitar. I prefer the simplicity of the ukulele and its ease of transport. One usually goes with me on holiday!

You don't need any musical experience and there's no need to be able to read musical notation.

All you need is a ukulele, a willingness to learn something new and a desire to have some fun.

I plan to hold the first sessions at my house.

If you are interested please contact me through the Groups Coordinator

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