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The Maghull Folk Club also known as
Maghull Folk & Acoustic was started at the
Hare & Hounds pub, Maghull by Dave Day &
 Dave Bresnen and
has been running since 1982 on the Tuesday evenings,
before that  it was it was St Goerges Folk Club
 which started in 1973 at the
St Georges Social Centre, Maghull

  The club is now back at the Maghull Community Association, now just known as the MCA,
604 Green Lane, Maghull, L31 2JH

Most Tuesday's the club commences at 8.00pm unless stated*

Singers, Musicians & Poets most welcome and if you don't
sing or play an instrument, just come along to listen.
We are a friendly group

Most Tuesdays are singers nights were floor singer / performers are invited to
do a few songs,  tunes or poems.
The  evening is run as open mic style and once a month we have a sing-a-round
were the chairs are placed roughly in a circle
for those who do not wish to perform behind the microphone.

Being mainly a singers club we have occasional main guest evenings plus have spots
for our members  and also singers  from other clubs who are invited to do an
extended performance for us.

The club is more like an extended family like many others clubs too.

So if yo fancy popping along on a Tuesday evening you'll be made most welcome.

The club is run on a rota basis for the
various host residents
 to run / M.C. the evening.

Club Office:

Chairman - Paul Robinson 
Deputy Vice Chairman - John Mackenzie
Treasurer - Paul Weldon

Committee members':
Brendan Holland
  Carole & Tony Hughes
Bill Poland - Ken Beamer

Current  club resident host / MC's:
Paul Robinson - John Mackenzie - Bob Tyrer - Maria Weldon

Tommy Dewhurst -  Tony Hughes - Ken Beamer 
Bill Poland - Gordon MacKenzie
- Jill Fielding
Simon Cousins - Ian McCartney

Above photos were taken during the earlier days at the MCA
in  the upstairs function room at the MCA

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