Make a Waistcoat with John
Get some grub by Les
Join the Camera Club - Any Phone or Camera will do
Learn or Play Along with us
Make a bowl perhaps?
Learn the Drums, or Come & Play

At last the first project has been completed using the sewing machines. John who plays several instruments in the “Shed heads” our musical group. Was concerned that his Irish drum called a Bodhran might get damaged while transporting it between gigs.

We designed a circular bag to keep it safe.  A patchwork bag is made from left over pieces of very strong  velvety material . It is about 18inches in circumference and about 6 inches deep. It has a zip that goes halfway around the circumference. To make it easy to put the drum in the case

John sewed the case together and even made and sewed on a pocket to keep the various drum sticks in.

John can’t wait to get on with his next project a waistcoat.

Maesteg Summer Festival now has a Ukulele Festival Too...

The first Maesteg Ukulele Festival is being organised by the Maesteg Ukulele Club and will be held on the 28th July during the Maesteg Festival Weekend. The ShedHeads are already booked to play.

The venue is at Maesteg Celtic RFC, Garth, CF34 0NE.

The hall itself has a stage similar to the one at the Usk festival, the hall itself is slightly longer than Usk, but about same width.

Confirmed are :

Kool Hand Ukes
Bridgend Ukes
Pencoed Ukulele Band
Shed Heads
The Buskuleles of Usk
Neath Ukuleles
Maesteg Ukulele Club