Wolverhampton

UKULELE Group

Welcome to the Wolverhampton u3a Ukulele page.
We are around 35+ members of ALL singing and playing abilities.
We meet every 2 weeks at the Tettenhall Institute (Room 4) on a Monday between 10.30am and 12.30pm. We also perform, from time to time, at charity events.
Roy Stevens and his wife Gill teach and guide us through the music.
We try everything from Elvis to Folk songs.
£2 gets you a copy of our current song book of over 50 songs with chords.
We pay £2 per session to cover room hire and refreshments.
After the initial trial sessions, if not a member already, you will be required to join the U3A for £12 per year.
Come and give 'strumming' a go. We welcome beginners.
The Ukulele is cheap to buy ( we can loan you one to try and advise on purchase).
The basic chords are easy.
VIRUS UPDATE. We are meeting on ZOOM twice a week Our new plan is to meet every 2 weeks at The Firs Club Codsall. NOTE currently we are full
(50 members) and there is a waiting list to join

Ring Gill Stevens our coordinator on 01902 745284 for more details.

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