Recent sound clips from the club are further down this page but firstly one from Arthur Wakefield, the club's founding father. This is one of his best known songs about Bollington, a village near Macclesfield which nestles between two hills. One is The Nab and the other is the Saddle of Kerridge and it is on this latter hill that White Nancy stands which you can see in the background photo on this web site.

Arthur Wakefield

We'll keep this at the top of the audio clips page but if you want to hear more of Arthur, then there's more at the bottom of this page.
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 Audio clips from the Guest Night with Dick Miles on 21/04/2017. A fine evening of songs familiar and some unfamiliar but all enthralling. I've not included the song where he plays the concertina behind his back as it loses the effect with just the audio. But we do end with a song about an insurance salesman - just for Mike!

21/04/2017 audio clips


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 Here are the audio clips from the Singers Night on 14/04/2017. Good Friday and miserable weather set us up perfectly for a good turnout which included a couple of spirituals, Pete whipping out his harmonica, Rich with an Irish comic song and if Mary had sung we might have broken the record for most Hudsons in one nght so we finish with just the three.

14/04/2017 audio clips




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Here are the audio clips from the Singers Night on 07/04/2017. Apologies for delay of web site update but with Andy and Dave 'playing away' on Friday its taken a while to prepare the update. Still it sounds like a fun time with plenty of regulars plus a return from ex Bullock Smithy, Steve Mills, with whom we begin the selection and ending with Pete sending everyone rolling home with a singalong.

07/04/2017 audio clips




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 ........and finally some more Arthur Wakefield. We have two more of his own songs of Cheshire followed by two songs that he often used to sing to finish the night, which seems appropriate for the end of the audio clips page.

Arthur Wakefield