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Ilfracombe Ukulele Club have raised £306.74 for BBC Children in Need appeal. This beat last years total of £209.51. We toured the pubs, clubs and restaurants of Ilfracombe, playing our ukes and shaking our bucket.
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North Devon Gazette http://www.northdevongazette.co.uk/news/north_devon_s_children_in_need_round_up_1_3012392
Ilfracombe Ukulele Club meet Verity on the Children In Need tour
Counting up the cash at Larkstone Cafe
If you would like to Join Ilfracombe Ukulele Club, we meet every Tuesday 7pm a Larkstone café. All uke players welcome, all ages. http://paulclews888.weebly.com/ilfracombe-ukulele-club.html
I arrived Paul's house at about 9:30 and there I learned some songs with him for his birthday party and he helped me plan for the lesson that I would be teaching later at Ilfracombe Infant School. After that we went to the school and I helped Paul with a guitar lesson. During it I helped the student learn the G and C chords. Then Paul taught him a song, using the chords the student had learned..
Once that was over we went back to Paul's house for a bit. After that we had a lesson just outside Barnstaple in which Paul was teaching some songs from the grade 5 rockschool book. After that lesson Paul had one at Arlington during which he taught Picking and sweeping on the guitar, and House of the Rising Sun by The Animals.
By Jake Cole
I woke up this morning feeling fine. I took Ellouise to school. She wanted to stop off at Tesco's on the way. While in Tesco's I started to get some back pain. By the time I came out of Tesco's the pain was also in my stomach. I dropped Ellouise off at school. I abandoned my planned trip to the high street & went home. By this time the pain had me doubled up. As I arrived home mom phoned me. She made me an appointment to go to the doctors, even though I didn't really want to go. The doctor suspected it was a kidney stone. He arranged for me to go to Accident and Emergency Barnstaple.
While there I was given morphine, and something to shove up my bottom. I also gave a urine sample. The doctor found blood in my urine.
So it was a kidney stone that caused all this pain. I am now discharged. Thanks to dad for running me around. Thanks for the kind comments on Twitter and Facebook. Also a big thanks to all the NHS staff, everyone I had dealings with today were great.