Possible New Groups

Possible New Groups

 

Instrumentalists/Vocalists Wanted  (April 2019)

We are a small group of instrument players who have come together to enjoy playing their favourite pieces.  Presently our group comprises the following instrumentalists; keyboard/guitar, clarinet/trumpet, harmonica/guitar  and bass guitar.  We have been playing a range of music ranging from Carole King to George Gershwin and would like to invite others to join us. We meet in our homes every Friday or when a suitable complement can make it.  We are particularly seeking percussionists e.g. tambourine, bodhran, bongo drums, portable electronic drum pads or similar, and keyboard players e.g. piano, electronic organ etc.  We would also welcome vocalists or any other instrument suitable for a home environment.  Skill level is not important as we are generally either learning instruments or revitalising old competences.

So, perhaps you have a musical instrument that you have not played for many years or have started learning or have a good grasp of one and would simply like to play or sing with other instrumentalists. If so please contact David Lee on 07715 498911 or tleaf32@gmail.com to find out more.

 

 

Possible New Activity Groups- February 2019

 

Possible New Book Group

Having enjoyed reading the novel ‘Sixteen Trees of the Somme’ by Lars Mytting, I wondered whether  any kindred spirits who are interested in reading this type of book would be interested in forming a small, relaxed book group to discuss this one, followed by books of a similar, probably more masculine, genre which would be chosen jointly by the group.

We could meet in different homes every 4-6 weeks.  The objective would be to exchange views, opinions, nothing too serious, and have fun!

If you are interested please ring me, John Unterhalter, on 01565 873211.

 

 Digital Photography with David Woolf

Want to take better photographs/ don`t know what the controls on your digital camera do?

Afraid of leaving the security of AUTO?

Join this short course of six sessions and astound your grand-children!

Just like Five-A-Day, use the Five Controls (they’re there, you just haven`t found them yet) and you`ll be a fitter photographer for your summer holidays.

We will look at what makes a better photograph of EXACTLY the same subject.  Bring your camera.  There`ll be class work (but no homework) and some practical photo-taking.

6 Consecutive Friday Afternoons 2.00pm to 3.30pm starting on March 15th Room 4 Methodist Church.

 

As David will be away, will you please phone Margaret Wilford on 01565 654689 if you are interested. There needs to be enough people to make this viable