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Spa Strummers name and identity. 
Be aware that there is only one SPA STRUMMERS ukulele group. Another group has used a very similar a name in an attempt to mislead the public, with an obvious attempt to plaguerise our name and thereby gain credibility on the back of all our hard work and reputation we have built up over 7 years.  Be aware the the upcoming Whitnash Fun Day programme has misleadingly used 2 of our pictures on the front of their programme.


Next beginners / improvers -
Wed Feb 5th 2020   7 / 7.30pm at the Oak House Club CV32 4JS
All welcome - drop in and have a look  See Beginners Page
About us
Ukulele playing has become increasingly popular, and our new community group was formed in Leamington Spa 8 years ago  by David Jenkins. We meet each week and have fun rehearsing a range of ukulele friendly songs and perform at charity events, festivals, care homes, pubs and clubs..

Joining / Beginners
There will be beginners / improvers ukulele session at the Oak House Club - See Beginners Page

Next Strummers meet is: Thurs  23rd Jan 2020 7.30pm Oak House.




Leamington UkeFest  returns to the fabulous Newbold Comyn Arms in 2020  !!
Saturday 27th June - full details to follow
If your group would like to feature then contact
dave@spa-strummers.co.uk  (titled ukefest)
Pre fest free n'easy at the nearby Oak House Club Friday 26th June

Groups or Players.
You are cordially invited to the 2020 Leamington UkeFest on Saturday July 27th 2020 from 12pm til late. The festival is free entry to all. Join in the fun of the day, which includes 2 main stages outside and 2 inside, mass busk,  jams, open mics and workshops. Stalls for ukes and accessories, tombola, etc. It is back at the fabulous Newbold Comyn Arms.who sell food and drink, ice creams. Great childrenís play area within the festival site. Motorhomes and camper vans allowed nearby.
If you wish to perform during the event on one of the two main stages, preference will be given to those groups who enter into the spirit to support the festival and be part of it rather than come just before they are due to play and then go shortly afterwards.