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The National Women's Register - where women flourish, meet in North Ascot, every 2 weeks, at 8pm in members' houses. Meetings are informal with a warm welcome, whatever age or personal circumstance. Groups may arrange theatre visits and social visits,, as well as national and regional conferences. 

 

The New Egham Singers hold regular concerts, raising money for charity. They recently held  a Summer Prom and Concert to raise money for the sick and premature babies Charity, First Touch (information below)

About New Egham Singers:

New Egham Singers (NES), one of the two choirs that make up Egham and District Choral Society, is a non-audition choir of more than 120 members of all ages and musical abilities who get together once a week under the guidance of Musical Director Guy Bunce. Its aims are to make tuneful music, have fun, and while doing so, raise money for local charities. http://www.neweghamsingers.org/

About Dr Guy Bunce:

Guy Bunce (b.1980) graduated in 2001 from Kingston University where he specialised in composition and won the Kingston Composition Prize. He went on to achieve a Masters degree and PhD in composition at Royal Holloway University of London. When not composing, Guy enjoys freelancing as a professional conductor and arranger for both choirs and instrumental ensembles. New Egham Singers is one of his choirs. http://www.guybunce.co.uk/

 

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The North Ascot History Group meets on the third Monday of the month at the Ascot Life centre in New Road, North Ascot

The Windsor and Eton Operatic Society can be found at www.windsor-eton-opera.co.uk 

ASCOT ORGAN and KEYBOARD CLUB is a friendly club that meets monthly. It holds a mixture of professional and amateur nights and the occasional charity evening. This not only raises money for good causes, but also promotes the club. The club tries to give younger artistes just starting on the circuit a chance as well as the old favourites. As you will see from our concert diary they have a good selection of top artistes covering many styles of music. Refreshments are included in the entrance fee so why not go along and hear some of the best professional organists play - or just listen to some of the local talent you didn't know existed!
 
Quite a few of our members have their own organs or keyboards. All try to help each other where possible, and encourage each other to play at our amateur evenings, when players can bring along their own instruments (organs by prior arrangement with the Chairman) or play the club organ, a Technics GA1. A light hearted competition is held annually and a cup presented to the most improved player. The club is always glad to welcome amateur players to show off their talents. Their family, friends and all those wishing to have an evening of live music in friendly surroundings are also welcome at all meetings. This includes members of other clubs who are visiting the area.

In July the club holds a summer social with a fish & chip supper and a very relaxed atmosphere. This gives members who have not played before the chance to "have-a-go" with less pressure.
 

The club usually meets on the third Friday of the month at 8pm. Subscription: £10; Concerts: Members admission: £5.00 , Visitors admission: £6.00 . Amateur Nights: Members: £3,  Visitors : £4.