Music Tuition

Annual folk music summer school
Burwell Bash Annual Folk Music Summer School is held at
Burwell House
Can you help with sponsorship? Visit their site for more information.
Annual folk music summer school
Bass Tuition
Willing and able to do home visits
Bass Tuition
Celia Waterhouse - Music teacher
Piano tuition, early years music, musicianship training. Working with children and adults.
email
Web Site
Celia Waterhouse - Music teacher
Clarinet - Flute
Theory (including GCSE and A Level) Paperwork for Diplomas
01638 7300006
David Goodman
Keyboard lessons - Organ lessons and Music Technology lessons at your own home in Burwell and the surrounding area. Please visit my
Web Site
for much more information or phone me on:
01638 750793

David Goodman Web Site
Music Builds Communities
Music Builds Communities A Community project for Newmarket and Area '.....bringing people together through music!'

Music Workshop (Village College)
Friday Afternoons. Creative music classes for pre-school children. Leader
Celia Waterhouse

01638 604667
Piano Tuition
Joan Wilcox
01638 741522
Teacher of Singing, Piano, Theory and Oboe Joanna Debenham
Experienced music graduate from Huddersfield Polytechnic's well regarded music department, available to give lessons in her first and second study instruments together with music theory.
01638 603142

Joanna Debenham

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Events
Action
Aura Power, a renewable energy developer, is looking to develop a battery-based energy storage system (BESS) on land at Weirs Drove, Burwell

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Residents Against Dirty Energy (RADE) Burwell
Plans for proposed gas-powered station have now been withdrawn

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Village News
January Newsletter.pdf
The new cafe at 105 The Causeway Burwell, CB25 0DU Opens Tuesday 5th December
ELK Cafe Web Site
BBC News - Cambridgeshire
Stilton cheese rolling cancelled as 'no longer seen as cool'
Few people want to take part and no-one has come forward to put on the cheese-based race, organisers said.
East of England Ambulance: Potential serious incidents investigated
The East of England Ambulance Service says an "unusually high number" of reports were made by staff.
HMP Peterborough: Women's jail safety 'not sufficiently good'
Female inmates at HMP Peterborough "felt intimidated", inspectors found.
'Crime scene corral' for 13 stray horses near A47
Police set up a makeshift "field" using crime scene tape to prevent the horses reaching the busy road.
East of England Ambulance: 'Risk summit' over death claims
It's alleged that 20 people died after ambulances arrived late over a 12-day period.
Funds raised for Ely cat that 'saved' owner
Annamarie Day says Tumba the cat saved her from taking her own life.
'How anxiety nearly ruined me'
Bradley Smith, 20, from St Ives, says people should talk more about mental health.
Checkatrade Trophy: Chelsea become first academy team to reach semi-finals
Chelsea's under-21s reach the EFL Trophy semi-finals with victory over Oxford, as Lincoln and Shrewsbury also progress.
Peterborough United 3-0 Oldham Athletic
New signing George Cooper marks his Peterborough debut with a goal as they beat 10-man Oldham at the ABAX Stadium.
Forest Green Rovers 5-2 Cambridge United
Dayle Grubb's double on his home debut sees Forest Green fight back to defeat Cambridge.

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