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There is a lot of musical skill and talent across the circuit and Phil Beastall is hoping that we can collate the names of everyone who is interested in playing or singing in a worship band or music group along with those already involved. The aim is to bring together our talented individuals who might not otherwise know of likeminded people elsewhere in the circuit.

There could potentially be a variety of possibilities, not solely guitar, bass and drums, although that is one of the more likely. The other ones that have come to mind as possibilities are an early music group of recorders, strings and percussion; a wind band; a mixed acoustic band; a jazz group; and variations on a group of singers. People may have other ideas, of course and they will be very welcome.

In the first instance people should pass their names to Sue Howson; no later than 1st Feb 2018 via circuitoffice@weyvalleycircuit.org.uk or 07808 046451

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