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Social events and celebrations - 2013

Spring fair - Saturday, 27th April 2013

The Edwardian Festival in Grange - June 2013

Mothers Union 100 anniversary celebration - Sunday, 8th September 2013

A Musical Interlude - Friday, 13th September 2013

Lunchtime concert - a Flute Fiesta - Wednesday, 9th October 2013

The Christmas tree festival - December 2013


A Musical Interlude

Friday, 13th September 2013

 

Over 90 people were in St Paul’s Church on Friday, 13th September, to hear Glen Giffney and Grace Heap enchant us with their talents.  They had devised a varied programme – with Grace singing pieces from Gluck to Adele Atkins, and Glen playing Brahms, Schubert and Chopin, including his favourite by Rachmaninoff.  The youngsters had given their time for Cerebral Palsy Cumbria, and over £500 was raised from the event.

Brian Earley, the Chair of the Society, travelled from Carlisle to be present along with Lynne Culley, the Secretary.  During the interval, long-service certificates were presented to members of the Grange Branch, two of whom had served for over 40 years.

It was a very special evening.

 

 


A Flute Fiesta

Wednesday, 9th October 2013

Over 50 people were in church for a sandwich and cake lunch before settling down to listen to the third in our series of lunchtime concerts arranged by organist Charles Edmondson.  On this occasion Charles, on the piano, was accompanied by David Edmonds, flautist.  The theme throughout the programme was 'the dance' and included early dances written by Bach and traditional dances from Spain, taking the audience from Germany and France before settling in the warmer climates of Spain and Italy.  A very successful event much appreciated by all present.