The official club name is Severnside Ukulele Strummers Association or SUSA. The club is one of the longest running in the U.K. and our songbook includes over 500 songs. However, the club is open to ukulele players of all abilities and if you fancy a strum and a singalong you're very welcome to pop along for an evening.
We meet every Thursday in Kidderminster at Trinity Methodist Church Hall, 3 Churchfields.
Directions - Down A451 towards the ring road. At Radford Avenue traffic lights turn right into Broad Street *and look out on your second left for Churchfields ( first left is a cul de sac) Drive past the back of the garages and look out on your left for the turning to the church. First turning is no entry so be careful if you decide to park on that side but you would avoid the bollard! We are the sole/soul users on a Thursday.
From A465 go past St George's Church to the end of Radford Avenue, cross straight over and continue from*
From Bewdley way turn left on to A451 and left again into Broad St.*
There are disabled parking spaces at the front and plenty of parking at the sides. Watch out for the concrete bollard at the entrance to the Church.
6.45 to 9.30pm. No alcohol please. Bring your own soft drinks or we have use of the kitchen for you to make tea and coffee.
The beginners' session, where we go through chords and tips, is from 6.45 until 7.30pm and the general club starts at 7.30 until 9.30pm. Beginners are encouraged to stay for the whole evening.
The Chairman is John Browning, the Secretary is Gaynor Butler, the Treasurer is Val Bradley, the Membership Secretary is Mick Danks and the Computer contact is Don Wasdell. Other members of the Committee are Mark Pickering and Martin Allen.