Happy New Year!

Dear Slow Sessionistas, 
Happy New Year…  

I hope you are well and keen to play tunes…
The January Slow Session is at 3.30pm Sunday 2nd January upstairs in the White House Pub on Abingdon Road.

And if you fancy something faster, James Bell is hosting the Bastard English Session at the Isis Farmhouse Pub  tonight from 9pm to midnight. It will be in the marquee at the back with the sides open. The Pub is charging £10 for entry (to all the gigs on tonight) but has told James that he can have a list of Session attendees that will be free… To get on his list, email him (https://jamesbellcentral.net/general-enquiries/) or message him via Facebook

The Slow Session tune of the month for January is our new tune Out on the Ocean. And don’t forget to say any other tunes you’ve been practicing and want to play. We’ll play lots of the easier tunes in the first hour. You might want to have a go at Carraroe as it goes nicely into Out on the Ocean.
We have moved to The White House Pub (upstairs) on the Abingdon Road. Do please buy a drink (or tea) from the pub and bring it upstairs. It’s nice if we buy stuff as that makes the pub keen to give us the room for free.
Do come and join us. It is definitely more fun playing together in person than over zoom… but you can join on zoom too (password – if required = slow), so you can join either way. 

We look forward to seeing you in person or on screen.
Zoom session: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86893583214?pwd=SG1STDU1VU5ibVYzc0ZZY213UDB0QT09How to find the pub and parking: https://oxfordslowsession.com/about/how-to-find-us/
The traffic going to The Westgate Centre car park is very slow at the moment, so I really recommend walking or cycling to the pub!

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