Thanks for visiting our website! Our ukulele club had it's first meeting in November 2016. Our club meets at:
THE RETREAT, 42 CHURCH STREET
BRAINTREE, CM7 5JY
The next two meetings will be on TUESDAY 19th February and TUESDAY 5th March from 7.30pm onwards. We plan to meet every fortnight on a Tuesday so we will put further dates on this website once we have agreed the dates with the landlord.
For our club we will be using a bar at the pub that has tables, chairs, guitars fixed to the ceiling and walls covered with music memorabilia. Alan, the landlord, and his wife Lynn, are very keen supporters and hosts to live music and the cosy bar is made for our ukulele club! Please come and join us! If you want to chat with us first please phone on 01376 553204
If you want to be involved, Please get in touch!
The song books we have compiled are on our SONGS page and can be downloaded for free. You can buy printed copies of these for £3 each on the night. Please let us know beforehand if you want one. Profits from the book sales will be given to the Unique Imelda Fund.
We are self taught players who want to play songs with others. We want to learn, teach, and generally get together with like minded people to play our ukuleles, sing a long and socialise in an informal atmosphere. We would want to welcome beginners, players, young and old, couples or singles - anyone who has fallen in love with a ukulele like we have.
WATCH THIS SPACE and send us an email to be added to our chain if you want to be kept informed of progress.
We've called our venture UKE ON THE BRAIN as Braintree has the River Brain flowing through it and what better to have on the brain than a ukulele...
Mick & Sue
42 Church Street
On the 1st Sunday in every month we provide music for a SING-A-LONG at the King William Pub in London Road, Braintree. Song books are provided - please join us!
Next event is on:
Sunday 3rd March
If you wish to contact us please use the link below:
or use our contact form
One of our members, Rachel has a young baby daughter, Imelda. She was born with a rare chromosome disorder. It's so rare it doesn't have a name. In fact, she's unique. If you download our songbooks, or just feel moved to donate to a fund to support Imelda's ongoing care please click on this link. Thank you.