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Kettle Bridge Concertinas

Concertina group based in Maidstone, Kent, UK

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Report for WCCP Autumn 2015 Newsletter
Sandy wrote a report describing Kettle Bridge Concertinas' progress for publication in the Autumn 2015 edition of the West Country Concertina Players newsletter. Click here to read it.

Kettle Bridge Clogs
Kettle Bridge Concertinas was originally formed by members of the Kettle Bridge Clogs morris dancing side which is based in Maidstone, Kent. The morris side was established in 1985 and specialises in the North West style of clog dancing. The name originates... Read more >

External Links

The Concertina Tinker
Dave Elliott is an experienced repairer and restorer of concertinas of all types.

Kettle Bridge Clogs
The sister organisation to Kettle Bridge Concertinas, a North West morris dancing side.

English Folk Dance and Song Society
The national folk arts development organisation for England.

West Country Concertina Players (WCCP)
A Somerset-based group that promotes interest in all types of concertina music and encourages players of all abilities.

Somerset Residential Weekends
Concertina workshops run in March and October by WCCP.

A concertina group based in East Anglia that runs a workshop of concertina band music each Summer in Stamford, Lincs.
A site for concertina news, discussions, articles and music.

International Concertina Association
Promotes concertina playing, has an extensive music library and publishes Concertina World Magazine.

They organise workshops to learn traditional tunes across a variety of instruments and have tune books suitable for concertinas on their website.