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Carrick Consort


Carrick Consort

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Carrick Consort
Carrick Consort will   be meeting weekly at Kea Hall, Playing Place from 2:30 – 4:30

Kea Hall will be closing for a week in August to have the doors all replaced.
We are also not going to meet for 2 weeks after that so we will not meet on August 20th and 27th and September 3rd
We shall start our new season on September 10th all being well, and continue weekly from there, from 2:30 - 4:30

After a couple of chilly months playing outside, Carrick Consort will be meeting at Kea Hall, Playing Place from May 21st
We are really looking forward to the luxury of not having stands blow over, music flapping wildly in spite of being firmly pegged down and frozen fingers.
If there are any other keen, competent Recorder players who would like to try us out you would be given a warm welcome.

The Carrick Consort was formed about 7 years ago with just 3 players. Since then we have grown to a group of (at present) 18 members, many of whom have learnt to play other recorders apart from the size they were used to.
We usually perform in 4 parts: descant, treble, tenor and bass but sometimes more.
A wide variety of music is explored from 15th Century to present day in a range of styles.

We are also an affiliated orchestra of the Society of Recorder Players.
Some of our players take part in various Residential Recorder Courses further afield which broadens our repertoire and improves technique.

We are a very friendly group so if there are any new members out there who were/are Recorder Players do feel free to come and try us out when we are able to get together again!

The dates for Carrick Consort for the rest of this term they are:

October 23rd. November 6th, 13th and 20th and December 11th and 18th

 If you are interested please contact Helen Whomersley on 01872 858339 or by e mail



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Then come and join the U3A Hand Bell Ringers.

Find out more about our friendly group by giving us a call:

Brenda on 01326 340110.









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THE JAZZ APPRECIATION GROUP (JAG) 1:30pm to 4:30pm. Carnon Downs Village Hall (see dates below)

If you wish to bring your own receptical and spoon please feel free to do so, tea coffee will be available as will biscuits.
You have the choice of wearing or not wearing a mask I only ask you too respect that choice.

For our first meeting I think we should have a completely open agenda, so please bring along as always your CDs and, anedotes; that have amused you over these unpresidented months. I will have an array of CDs, questions to ask and too get your views on future agenda.


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David Weaver 01872870385


The dates time for 2021 New Hall-------The dates times for 2022 New Hall

Times 1:30pm till 4:30pm.


07th June 21st June.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------06th June 20th June

05th July 19th July.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 04th July 18th July

02nd August 16th August.------------------------------------------------------------------------ 01st August 15th August

06th September 20th September.---------------------------------------------------------------05th September 19th September

04th October 18th October.---------------------------------------------------------------------- 03rd October 17th October

01st November 15th November.---------------------------------------------------------------- 07th November 21st November

06th December 20th December.----------------------------------------------------------------05th December 19th December


David S Weaver
Group Leader

U3A Carrick Singers:

Carrick Singers

After several weeks of enjoyable, if rather noisy in the background, singing in the car park and Zooming, we are at last allowed to get together in Kea Community Centre as a choir. Wednesdays at 2.00pm till 4.00pm.
We hope many of you who have been unable or unwilling to Zoom with us for the last year or so will return. The music we have been doing, Captain Noah and His Floating Zoo and Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, have been relatively easy to take in, so anyone thinking of joining or rejoining us will not find it too hard to catch up. Please contact us if you wish to join and we can organise some of the other music. To buy your own scores in advance, Noah is the unison version from Novello no. 200135 (£5 - £8 on Amazon) and Joseph is from Really Useful Group, full vocal score,1991 edition no. RUG 37234 (£4 - £10).
Please remember that although we are all double vaccinated we do need to be careful and sit well apart and sing quietly when indoors. For the moment we will continue to bring our own refreshments and wear masks when not seated or meet outside.

      Chris Breach  (chrisbrea6
For Andrew Julian (

choir practice



Andrew Julian    01872 870164




Music Appreciation - Truro:

The group meets fortnightly in members' homes from 10.30am to 12.30 pm At present the waiting list is closed.Anyone who wishes to make enquiries about the group should ring Avril Vincent

Avril Vincent. Group Leader 07854 875147




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