Newsletter March 2006

Updated
13 May 2007

 In our 36th year and going strong 

Hi Folks,

Our birthday celebrations throughout February proved to be very successful, culminating in our Birthday Party. Bill Caddick was on great form despite the effects of a cold and it was also a great pleasure to see Tommy Dempsey at the club again, reviving memories of the very first night back in 1971. Very many thanks to everyone who helped us to make this evening a success, not least of all to Lynn for producing the food and to you for giving your support over the years.

Time flies by so quickly and before we think about it we will be back into the festival season. However, before then we have a wonderful line up of guests for you.

 Come along on 10th March and see Pete Morton. Pete is always a welcome visitor to the club and his wry outlook on life ensures a great nights entertainment.  Dust off your banjo and your guitars and come along on 17th March to our Singers Night. These nights are always popular so all you budding artists come along and give us a song or two.

 The following week, 24th March, sees one of the highlights of the year when we welcome back the genius that is Clive Carroll. Clive is simply one of the best guitarists you are ever likely to see. His credits and credentials are, to say the least, impressive, including playing guitar for Madonna!. What does a talent like Clive do for a party piece? Simple, he plays both parts of duelling banjos…..............at the same time!

Ian tells me that tickets are going fast so contact him to avoid disappointment.

Also lined up for your entertainment over the next few months are:-

31st March   Eddy Morton
7th April       Cathryn Craig & Brian Willoughby
14th April  
  CLOSED
21st April     Singers Night
28th April     Richard Heath Band
5th   May     Quicksilver
12th May    
 Clive Gregson
19th May    
 Sarah Grey
26th May    
 Kirsty McGee & Mat Martin

See the Diary for further details  

We are sure you will agree that this is a really a top line up with entertainment fully to the fore.  

We look forward to seeing you soon.  

All the very best,  

Trevor