Fenland Ukuleles perform at Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied Club’s February meeting
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Fenland Ukuleles (Flukes) were invited to entertain the Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied Club (PHAB) at their February meeting.
“We performed a session of popular music from the 50s and 60s, which had everybody enthusiastically singing along,” said club leader Carol Alderton.
“Everyone enjoyed themselves so much that they would like to book a return visit for later in the year.”
The Wisbech PHAB Club has been running in Wisbech since 1981. They have 60 members and volunteers that come from Wisbech and surrounding villages.
They aim to integrate disabled and able bodied people through social and welfare activates.
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“Flukes is a community-based, non-profit making, musical club which welcomes beginners and experienced ukulele players to provide a fun learning and performance platform for the members, although learning is the primary purpose,” added Miss Alderton.
Flukes currently meet on Wednesday evenings at the Freebridge Community Centre, Providence Street, Lynn.
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Anyone wishing to join Flukes should contact Iain Miller on 01945 780331.