Over Fifty Years of Folk Music in North Staffordshire

The Newcastle and Potteries Folk Song Club

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The Potteries Folk Club traces its origins back to 1962. As the longest established folk club in the area, it has been organizing folk song, music and dance events in North Staffordshire for fifty plus years.


WE MEET AT

Lymestone Brewery,
Mount Industrial Estate, off Mount Road,
Stone,
ST15 8LL,

Doors open 7.30 pm for 7.45 pm start

Free parking.

Building fully accessible for people with disabilities.

2nd Friday of each Month, 7.45pm
Contact: Annie Morris 01782 616015



Programme August - December 2021

Friday 13th August: Singaround on Zoom
Friday 10th September: Tom McConville
Friday 8th October: Mark Dowding
Friday 12th November: John Kirkpatrick
Friday 10th December: Paul Walker & Karen Pfieffer









New simplified admission charges!

ADMISSION £10 with the odd exception see program

£1 off for concessions (unemployed, over-60s, students, disabled etc.)
£1 off for members (Membership fee for 2014 is £5)

Floor Singers and Musicians are always welcome. Either book a spot in advance by phoning Jason (01782) 813401 or turn up at the club by 8.30 pm at the latest.

MEMBERSHIP:

Memberships taken out in 2020 will be valid until the end of 2022. You don't have to be a member to attend our events, but if you are a member you pay a reduced admission charge. Join now. Just send £5 to Jason Hill, 54 Price St, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 4EN

Please make your cheque payable to Potteries Folk Song Club and enclose a stamped addressed envelope.

North Staffs Folk Diary

The North Staffs Folk Diary is published quarterly and lists all folk song and music events in the area. To receive a regular copy, send five stamps for the next four issues to:
Lorna Davies, Koinonia, Cheddleton Heath Road, Cheddleton, Leek, Staffs, ST13 7DX.
To receive by email along with other folk events.


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