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  • Contact Email:
  • wivey.ukulele@gmail.com
  • Primary Phone Number:
  • Address:
  • Community Centre,
    West street,
    TA4 2JP
  • Due to the virus there will be no gigs or rehearsals until further notice.


    • Wivelele is a friendly group of ukulele players in and around the Wivey area who enjoy playing, singing and learning together
    • New members are always welcome, from complete beginners wanting to try out the ukulele, to experienced players
    • We meet in the Upper Hall of the Wiveliscombe community centre on Monday evenings, 7.15-9.15pm, except on bank holidays. The first half hour is for beginners, experienced members happy to help are always welcomed. 
    • We play a wide variety of songs chosen and collected by members.  
    • Our Songbooks can be downloaded by clicking on these links: Book 1: Wivelele Songbook 1 Book 2: Wivelele Songbook 2 PDF 310719 Book 3: Wivelele Songbook 3​ Book 4: Wivelele Songbook 4 updatedAnchorBook 1 can also be downloaded directly from this page.
    • For more details contact wivey.ukulele@gmail.com
  • Wivelele Songsheets

    have been collected for personal enjoyment, research and educational use by Wivelele members. They represent interpretations of material and may not be identical to the original versions, which are the copyright of their respective owners. We are very appreciative of the various websites and ukulele groups which have provided us with a rich resource, including those listed above. Our particular gratitude goes to TUSC and HUG for their kind support in setting up Wivelele and continuing links.

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  • Wivelele on YouTube

    from the Concert with Wivey Community Choir at St Andrews 30 March 2017:

    Let it Be & Things (click links)

    from the Stogumber Festival 22nd June 2019

    part one & part two (click links)