A service was held to commemorate Marys life on the 17th of September at St Thomas’s Church Glaisdale. The service was well attended with anecdotes and memories read out by the attending clergy. The church choir was in fine voice singing a selection of hymns including “Brother James’ Air” and “Dona Nobilis Pacem” (Give us Peace”). There was also a rendition of a few of Marys favourite songs by White Hart Folk Club regulars and also tunes played by I believe Giles’s niece, Phil Batty and David Moss.
Upon visiting the club please give your e-mail address to Eddy or Ailsa, this is so that we can inform visitors of changes to the programme or in the event of inclement weather we can notify you that the club will not be open that night
Important notice, There is no folk club on October the 12th!!!
21/9/19 Guest, STEVE TURNER
Steve Turner is known as a pioneer of highly sophisticated English concertina song accompaniments, stretching the boundaries of traditional forms, with one of the best voices in the business. He is a multi-instrumentalist, who also accompanies himself on the cittern, and also plays mandolin and banjo.
12/10/19 NO CLUB, Please note that there is no folk club tonight due to the room being used for a celebration
19/10/19 Guest Ruth and Sadie Price
16/11/19 LETS CELEBRATE GRAEME MILES
A Singers night where everyone is encouraged to enjoy the works of Graeme Miles with a couple of surprise guest spots.Bring your favourite Mile’s work or try a new piece from his vast writings or simply come along for a listen and a chorus or two.