Living Advent Calendar Day 18 – Yuletide Music From Youth Orchestra

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In the secret walled garden of Simmons & Sons offices in Bell Street, a fairly large crowd gathered last night in the rain to watch and listen to the Henley Youth Orchestra who were playing inside the boardroom which has two large windows that look out over the garden.  The host for the evening was Councillor Sam Evans and the partners were Elizabeth Cleall Interiors who provided the audience with yummy Brownies and  Simmons & Sons offered mulled wine and mince pies too for the audience to enjoy.

The orchestra played a mixture of Christmas carols and songs and the conductor encouraged the audience outside to join in through putting her head out of one of the large windows.

They finished their performance with ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ which three young lads (pictured above) really enjoyed dancing along to.

The raffle prizes last night were Tea for Two provided by Hot Gossip and a massage donated by Tonic Massage.

 

 

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