from the Daventry Ukulele Society web site
Weekly sessions for Total Begineers Improvers or Cleverclogs We cater for all and usually meet on a Tuesday evening from 7pm until 10pm. Phone Barry for further details on 01327 261269 or 078141 28688.
from the Oxford Ukulele Group web site
You are invited to come and play along with us at Oxford Ukuleles. Everyone welcome from those just starting out to seasoned players. The ukulele is a fun and easy instrument to learn, easier still if you know a few guitar chords. Learn new songs and skills, all taught in an informal environment. No membership is required, just turn up!
The Lewis Club, Lewisham Hospital
Lewisham High Street
London, SE13 6LH
from the People of Lewishamâ€™s Ukulele Club (PLUC) web site
PLUC is a gaggle of ukers, playing tunes every Tuesday evening 8pm - 10pm in Lewisham. Everybody is welcome to come and strum their ukes at our free open jamming sessions.
Got a new uke & want some help in getting started? Experienced player looking to join a group? We’re a very friendly club & welcome players of all levels – from total novices to experts!
Waggon and Horses
Sheffield Rd Oxspring
South Yorkshire S36 8YQ
from the Rafters Ukulele Club web site
The club has been running since 2009 and now has over 80 members on its mailing list with between 40 and 50 players attending every month.
We sing and play a wide range of music covering many different styles from Hawaiian songs to Rock and Roll, Folk, Jazz and more.
Darlington, Durham, England
from the Stockton To Darlington Uke Express web site
The Stockton to Darlington Ukulele Express is a Ukulele club in the North East of England for Ukulele players of all abilities. The venue is upstairs at the Darlington Railway Institute Club in Darlington, postcode DL1 2PP (click for google map), across Whessoe Rd is B&Q.
from the Taunton Ukulele Strummers Club web site
The Taunton Ukulele Strummers Club (TUSC) was formed in 2006 by Nipper and Moogly Moo (the lovely Mandy of Painted Ukuleles fame amongst other things) who were inspired to form the Strummers after learning about other ukulele clubs in the UK and US.
Richmond Upon Thames, London
from the Teddington Ukulele Players web site
Join us playing ukulele every Wednesday from 7:30 until late in the The Royal Oak in Teddington in the London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames. Play and sing with a friendly groupâ€‹ in a lovely venue. We play a range of songs and arrangements to suit a wide range of taste and ability. The emphasis is on having fun and improving your playing.
from the Ukes 4 Fun web site
All levels of ability welcome, from uke-virgins to turbo-ukers with four-stringed go-faster-stripes! The atmosphere is relaxed, there is good real ale and real food on sale, the pub is child and dog-friendly (the children play ukes and the dogs howl in tune!), we certainly have fun and we welcome anyone who wants to either drop in or attend regularly.
Hampshire, United Kingdom
from the Waterside Ukulele Jam (WUJ) web site
Ukulele Jamming on Southampton’s Waterside! An exciting new musical group for the Waterside was launched in January 2011 and is open to everyone whether they are a virtuoso or beginner. The only requirement is to want to have fun with other fun loving souls! ‘Waterside Ukulele Jam’ (WUJ) meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at Hythe Youth Club with a £1 per person donation on the night going to the club.
from the Wigan Ukulele Club web site
Wigan Ukulele Club is Wigan’s new ukulele gathering. We get together once a Month at the Railway Hotel, Billinge Road, Pemberton, Wigan. Uke players of all abilities are welcome, including those of you who have never picked up a uke before. The get-togethers will be informal, fun and friendly affairs where we will have the opportunity to learn from one another, play together and generally have a laugh!
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