STRUMMERS UKULELE GROUP



November  2018

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Some of Lostwithiel U3A Strummers Ukulele Group helping to raise church funds at St Barts Christmas Fayre - November 2018




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April 2018

Lostwithiel U3A Strummers

Seventeen Strummers played their Ukes and sang songs to residents at Woodland House Care Home St. Austell. As ever the Strummers performed with aplomb doing 20 songs starting with Yes Sir That’s My Baby and finishing with when the Saints go Marching in. The performance was appreciated by residents and staff alike.

Lostwithiel Strummers

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8th March 2018.
Lostwithiel U3A Strummers were invited by the Eden Project community team to entertain members of the Eden Lunch Club in the main restaurant next to the Med Biome. The Strummers gave a splendid performance which was well received by members of the Lunch Club, Eden staff and visitors .

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 Ukulele Fun and Sing Along Group

U3A Ukulele Group  in the Community Center
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Learn a few easy chords and sing some songs it’s great fun ! !


 Main Meeting starts at 2pm every Monday in Scout Hut

Absolute beginners start before the main meeting at 1.30 by arrangement

We have a couple of spare Ukuleles Why not give it a try!


For further details contact:

Brian Marriott

01208 872104
 

brianjohnmarriott "AT" gmail "DOT" com




On Monday 18th December 2017 we held our 4th Strummers Christmas Party in the Scout HQ.  Thirty two Strummers and a few guests enjoyed a gourmet feast and over 2 hours of fun singing and ukulele playing.

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Strummers Christmas Party 2016
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Strummers  at Eden Project May 2017
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Strummers members Derek Babb (83) and Pam Manasseh (85) celebrated their Octogenarian Birthdays at the meeting held on 18th September 20017. We had two lovely cakes baked by Rosie Smith and presentation of cards and a certificate. Both members started playing the Ukulele just a few years ago when they joined the group - It’s never too late to start doing something new!