Homepage

                                     cropped-white-hart-logo-white-6.jpg

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING REQUEST FROM SU CHILDS, EDITOR OF THE FOLK ROUNDABOUT

Hi, We would appreciate your help …The June/July/August issue of Folk Roundabout will definitely be coming out as usual (available mid/late May), and there will be lots of interesting ‘folk’ articles to help keep people’s spirits up!As most (all?) folk clubs will probably still be closed then, we have a problem working out how to get Folk Roundabout  to those folkies who want a copy. Obviously, clubs won’t be able to sell them in the normal way, so we’re asking clubs for some help. Please forward this email to as many of your regulars and other folkies as you can (and to anyone else you think might be interested).1) Firstly, is there any way (while keeping safe within current restrictions) that you can pass on some Folk Roundabouts to any of your regulars? Obviously, there won’t be many (and  perhaps even none) of your regulars that we can reach in this way. So …2) We’re asking each club if they have any way of letting their regulars know how they themselves can get a copy of Folk Roundabout directly if they want one. So, if you have email contacts with any of your regulars, or if you feel you can phone some of them, we’d be very grateful if you can pass on to them how they can get Folk Roundabout. There are 3 ways to make sure you get the Summer issue of  issue of Folk Roundabout:a) Take out an Annual Subscription. For an Annual Subscription of £12 they can get 4 copies (Summer, Autumn, Winter & Spring) delivered to their doors by post. Payment for Annual Subscriptions should be made by cheque or by BACS bank transfer. Full contact details and details of how to set up an Annual Subscription are on page 4 of any recent Folk Roundabout, and also listed in the attachment below. (Even though the postal rates have recently gone up – again, we have still been able to keep the postage costs the same as before.)

Anyone wishing to take up this option must let us know by at the latest 30 April, so we know how many copies to get printed.

b) Ask for a ‘mini-subscription’. If they don’t want to take out a full year’s subscription, we can still post out the June issue for one quarter of the annual rate (viz. £3). As above, payment can be made by cheque or by BACS bank transfer (details as in the attachment below).

As above, anyone wishing to take up this option must let us know by at the latest 30 April, so we know how many copies to get printed.  c) ‘Honesty Box’. If you don’t want to avail yourself of options (a) or (b), we can post out copies of the June issue of Folk Roundabout on an ‘honesty box’ principle. By email or by phone etc, let us know if they you would like a copy by post (contact details as in the attachment below). Give us your name and address and we’ll post it to you, and you can give this £3 payment to your usual ‘seller’ the next time you buy a Folk RoundaboutNote: it would not be the responsibility of the ‘seller’ or the Folk Club to ask anyone for this £3 – we would just depend on people’s good will in paying!As above, anyone wishing to take up this option must let us know by at the latest 30 April, so we know how many copies to get printed.  I would like to stress that, in these times when people are under great pressure to keep out of contact, we are making every effort to make Folk Roundabout available to as many people as possible in the hope that this will help keep everyone’s spirits up, and in the hope that it will help clubs to get going again when everything gets back to ‘normal’ – whatever ‘normal’ will then be! So don’t miss the Summer issue of Folk Roundabout … there are lots of great articles in it!  Best wishes, and keep safe. Su Childs(Editor, Folk Roundabout)

I AM SORRY TO INFORM ALL THOSE CONCERNED WITH THE WHITE HART FOLK CLUB, THAT DUE TO THE ONSET OF CORONOVIRUS THE CLUB WILL NOT BE OPEN FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE AND WILL ONLY BE OPENED WHEN THE ALL CLEAR IS GIVEN.

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FUTURE NEWS AND REOPENING. MICK MADDEN.

 

This is the new website for the White Hart Folk Club, please use the site for all future events and updates.

Mick Madden.

PLEASE NOTE!
Upon visiting the club please give your e-mail address to Eddy or Ailsa, this is so that we can inform visitors of changes to the programme or in the event of inclement weather we can notify you that the club will not be open that night.

If you wish to visit the Performer News Page please click on the search magnifier symbol and you will be taken to a new page.

The club opens at 7.30pm and starts at 8.00 pm.

 

Club closed until further notice!

 

 

 

We will update this site as and when required.
Mick Madden.


Copyright White Hart Folk Club – All rights reserved
EditHome