The Band formed in the summer of 2011, and in the main consists of members with little musical skills. Band leader Bob plays guitar and ukelele banjo, and has begun teaching the rest of us the basics of how to play the ukulele. We meet most weeks for practice, and there is some evidence that one or two or the group are starting to get the idea!
Our various appearances can be followed using the links on the right.
more The band played at the opening of the Artwork display at Heaton Chapel Station.
more The ukulele band played for the ABC Family Group. Click the blue title words for pictures.
more The Ukulele band played during the Christmas lunch at Beechwood.
more The Ukulele band played at St Thomas's Childrens Christmas party.
more The Ukulele Band played at Manchester Piccadilli Station.
more The band played at the Christmas Carol Service.
more We are not alone in the Ukulele universe.
more Meeting schedule from October to Christmas
more On 24th July we had a garden party for members and guests at Carol's with a fund raising auction which raised an amazing £2500 .
more A popular annual event for members, partners and friends
more Once again, was held at Chancellors. An excellent day, well supported by the Club, and enjoyed by everyone. Click the title above (in blue) to see pictures from the day.
more Club members joined Carol and Brian in Majorca, for the annual weekend away.
more At Hyde Bank Farm, Romiley.
more A fish supper at Taylor's followed by a quiz and bingo. A great evening of Rotary fun and fellowship.
more Formal dinner for Club members and guests.
more This year to Wales and Bryn Tanat Hall
more A meal at Rozafa in Stockport, followed by The Elvis Years, at Stockport Plaza.
more Garden party to celebrate Linda's year of office.
more Members and friends watched the Manchester Dragon parade and afterwards enjoyed a meal at the Yang Sing in chinatown . Photos courtesy D Scott, R Atkinson , J Palmer
more Picnic in the gardens then watch the show.
more At Mary and Brian's
more An 'on foot' treasure hunt around Marple, followed by a meal at the Ring O' Bells on Church Lane. Names and numbers to Bill for either the walk and meal, or just the meal at 4pm. Walk starts at 2pm.
more The Club's annual party was at Heaton Moor Golf Club on 19th December and following an excellent meal featured the mini panto "Call the midwife"
more This is the fifth Wednesday in the month, so this event replaces our usual Club meeting.
more David and Ros kindly opened their house and garden to members on the weekend that Ros celebrated her retirement.
more Fifth Wednesday in the month, so this event replaces our usual Club meeting.
more At Stockport Golf Club. A masquerade ball.
more Behind the scenes tour of Stockport Plaza, followed by afternoon tea.
more The "surprise" final event for Carol, who thought she was coming on a car rally. Held at Kantipur Nepalese restaurant in Stockport.
more At the Wycliffe Hotel, Edgeley.
more Rotary fun and Fellowship . Several members went on a river cruise visiting Amsterdam and the Keukenhof Gardens.
more This year to be held at Hyde Bank Farm. Dress code: smart casual. 14:30 for 15:00 start.
more A great evening of patriotic music, singing and flag waving at a packed Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.
more Summer garden party at David and Ros's
more Rotary fellowship in action . Club members enjoyed a social event at Carol and Brian's House on Anglesey
more Weekend trip to Jersey.
more A suprise social event for Clyde and Rhona, as a token of the Club's appreciation of the work they did last year during Clyde's presidency.
more This year held at Bacchus Restaurant, Prestbury.
more On 24th October we enjoyed a Fish and Chips supper with quiz and bingo at Taylor's of Woodley. A great night of Rotary fun and fellowship.
more We had a great day for the walk. Dry and not cold. 24 of us walked from Lyme Breeze to Bollington, where we spent an hour at the Vale Inn. Then a walk back to Lyme Breeze was followed by a lovely meal.
more This year held at Stockport Golf Club
more Shaking off the cobwebs with our New Year Walk, followed by a pub lunch.
more To Bergamo, Italy.
more A flat five mile walk followed by lunch , see details and photos below.
more Once again at Chancellors Hotel, 77 Chancellors Way, Manchester. M14 6ZT. www.chancellorshotel.co.uk
more A trip to see the WOW show at Stockport Plaza
more This year were are going to Bruges
more Please note change of date. Further details from Allan Forrest.
more Afternoon visit to Jodrell Bank. Soup and sandwich plus drink at 1pm, followed by a visit to the Discovery Centre and a talk by a member of staff there. Cost depends on numbers, but less than £20. Further information from Barry.
more There is no Club meeting on this day as it is the fifth Wednesday in the month. Instead, enjoy a trip to Manchester and sample some of the finest beers on offer in the town. Meet 7pm at Queen Victoria statue, Piccadilly. Pie and Mash at 9pm.
more On the 5th Wednesday in September some 20 members & wives joined in a guided walk around Stockport town center. Ending with a yummy hotpot supper with apple pie & custard provided by The Royal Oak.
more A party of 20 Rotarians & friends had a guided tour of the Northern Quarter of Manchester.
more The Presidents weekend or in his case week away in Dubrovnik
more Followed by a curry, in Romiley
more for Club members and their partners. At the Kro Bar, Shaw Road, Heaton Moor
more This will be a lunchtime event, at Chancellors, Moseley Road, Manchester. Drinks in the gardens from 12:30pm, then lunch at 2:00pm. President Clyde will speak after lunch, then it's back out to the gardens for more drinks and socialising.
more Bring a picnic to eat before the show.
more Gentle stroll from marple Bridge to the Roman Lakes and back, followed by lunch at the Midland.
more Garden party to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, at David and Ros Scott's house. Such a brilliant afternoon, despite the weather.
more At Parrswood, followed by a meal at a nearby restaurant. More details from Graham.
more We blew away the cobwebs after Christmas and New Year, with our annual New Year Walk.
more The Charter Night is a celebration of the Club's formation date. We only hold one every five years, and this year celebrates our 30th anniversary.
more Styal Beer Festival.
more Trip to Shrewsbury for the Flower Show, followed by a meal.
more Start off the New Year with a gentle walk, followed by a pub lunch. Further details to follow.
more The fifth Wednesday in the month, so there is no Club meeting at the golf club. Instead there is a charity Italian evening for members and their guests. More details to follow.