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King’s Lynn is hoping to form its very own Ukulele Club
if it can strike a chord with enough musicians. Fun and
bubbly informal sessions planned with players of all
Two enthusiastic ukulele players, Andrew English from Grimston
and Keith Sharples from Walpole St Peter came up with the idea
of forming a club in West Norfolk after researching and finding
nothing in the area. With the ukulele becoming a popular
instrument with the young and old alike, a group of all ages and
all abilities getting together to share a love of the ukulele seems
like a great idea (adults only at this stage). Add into the mix the
desire for the group to be a light hearted, fun and bubby arena for
friendship, laughter and musical joy, its set to be a big success.
The essence of the ukulele is that much loved holiday vibe after all.
The club is in its very early stages at the moment and members are needed for it to move forward. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been playing for years or only picked it up a week ago – you’ll be most welcome at the group. A venue is also urgently required so we’re calling out for anyone interested to get in touch, as well as any pubs or clubs that may have a room for the practices to take place.
Please ring Andrew for more information on 07767316866. Or email
me at Finest ([email protected]) and I’ll pass it onto the
Don’t be shy, give us a try.