Flintshire U3A currently has three music related groups, Belle Plate Ringers, Music
Appreciation, Singing for Pleasure and Words, Music and Song. Please see below for
Belle Plate Ringers
A chance to make music with others. Musical knowledge is not essential,
learning to play bells is part of the shared experience.
Mondays from 14.00 - 16.00 at Mynydd Isa Community Centre.
Pat: 01244 543156
We listen to and discuss a range of music. Not only Classical music but cover folk music, film music, songs from the shows, opera, and even a spot of Jazz. We have the use of modern audio equipment. The aim of the group is for shared enjoyment, to meet new friends, and discover something new.
1st Wednesday of the month from 14.00 to 16.00, Methodist Church, Wrexham Street, Mold
Enfys: 01244 547465
Arthur: 01352 780596
Singing for Pleasure
Do you enjoy singing ?
If you do, please come and join us.
No audition and no previous experience needed.
We meet at Gwernymynydd Village Centre on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month
10.30am to 12.30pm
Singing has many proven health benefits so give it a try !
Marie: 01352 752844
Music Live (formerly Words, Music and Song)
The ‘Words, Music and Song’ group has changed its name again …….to ‘Music Live’
It’s about discovering and developing musical skills – learning, playing and performing.
We play folk music, blues, pop - and ethnic drumming – and aspire to writing our own material.
Anyone’s welcome, regardless of expertise. We support learning on guitar, ukulele and drumming.
Thanks to funding from the Coop, we’ve bought some African and Latin percussion plus an Irish bodhran and a concertina.
If you’re interested in playing, singing or drumming our kind of music, please get in touch.
We’re particularly keen to meet someone who can play violin in a folky style.
Our meetings are usually from 12 – 3 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month at Mold Methodist Church. Please check if you’re planning your first visit.
Music sessions cost £1/hour. Drumming sessions cost £4/hour.
Please contact John on firstname.lastname@example.org, 01352 720860 or 07917 461407
The Recorder Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 10.15 a.m. At present we meet in each other’s homes but if our numbers increase we will probably use the Buckley Community Centre.
Although few in number we play in four parts - descant, alto, tenor and bass.
Please contact Joyce email: email@example.com
Friendship and Fun through Lifelong Learning