Society has invited the Worcester Re-enactment group to give an illustrated
talk (in costume) of the Battle of Waterloo. Despite the battle happening in
Belgium two hundred years ago, there are local connections. These will be
explored, and an entertaining and enlightening evening is envisaged. The
event takes place on Friday 13th March at the Badsey Sports and Recreational
Club at the end of Brewers Lane, Badsey. The event starts at 7.30pm and the
entrance fee is only £2 (Badsey Society members £1)
QUESTION: I had a ukulele for Christmas and would like to learn to play it. Is there anyone who gives lessons?
ANSWER: Yes, the Harvington Ukulele Group (HUG). They meet each Tuesday evening in the skittle alley of the Coach and Horses public house in Harvington near Evesham. They are about to start an 'absolute beginners' class, at 7pm. For those with a little more experience there is an hour long lesson at 7.30pm, both these courses are run by Roland Jones, a highly experienced ukulele player and teacher. On the social side, the players meet in the lounge of the pub at 8.30pm for a 'jam session'. For more details contact Mike Clements at email@example.com or turn up on the night (p.s. the editor of this website is a member of HUG)
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