Whose Round Is It?


You know it’s nearly Christmas when you have sat for 2 hours in a pub playing carols with your mates. Which is just what I did tonight. Hic!

Very good fun and well received by the punters the carols tonight were at the Lancashire Fold pub in Middleton. I couldn’t face beer tonight so I kept to gin and tonic. Made the 12 days of Christmas a bit difficult to follow out of the red book (if you are a brass player you’ll know what I mean by that!) so we didn’t play that and just stuck to the simple stuff…like the Snow Waltz and carols.

Love it!!

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    1. Thanks for your comment Linda. It was fun – something that I like to do at least once per Christmas! There’s something very communal about playing carols in a pub at Christmas time and this year it was especially lovely to be playing with my friends and my family. A special evening all round.

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