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White Horse Folk Club, Beverley

GUEST,Guest Bill Sowerby 14 Nov 13 - 05:11 PM
Mo the caller 15 Nov 13 - 05:05 AM
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Subject: White Horse Folk Club, Beverley
From: GUEST,Guest Bill Sowerby
Date: 14 Nov 13 - 05:11 PM

The Not The White Horse Folk Club at Beverley, East Yorkshire is on the move again, returning to The Foresters Arms, Beckside, Beverley from and including Monday 25th November 2013. We will have our final night at the Grovehill Pub on Monday 18th November with our guest the wonderful Martyn Wyndham Read. We are having to move because the Grovehill has been sold and will probably be demolished, The Foresters will probably suffer the same fate in the not too distant future but we are on the lookout for a more permenant base somewhere in Beverley area so we can carry on singing and making music on Monday nights but it's not easy as pubs don't seem to have suitable rooms these days. Thanks to all who have visited us and supported us over the years and please come again you are very welcome.
Bill Sowerby ( club MC )

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Subject: RE: White Horse Folk Club, Beverley
From: Mo the caller
Date: 15 Nov 13 - 05:05 AM

Jim and I have happy memories oft the music and friendliness at 'Nellies' - we rarely both came together as we took turns staying with Jim's mother.
Ollie's 'learn some tunes - early half hour' started us playing (whistle and recorder) and going to sessions - Jim now has a concertina and viola, and I took my accordian to the easy session at Whitby last year.

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