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Christmas Party – 2011
Holy Trinity Social Club
Price Street

Holy Trinity Club Sign

Doors open to the members at 12 noon; we start setting up the room at about 10.30am11.45am and the tea corner is still in chaos as the photograph below left shows.
Stan Ball can only look on as he seems to be trapped in a corner.

Kitchen Chaos
Barbara Presland , Kath Kiely, & Pat & Stan Ball
strive to unravel the chaos in the tea corner

 Megan and Alma
With both the Mayor and the Town Crier unavailable Megan and Alma stepped in to start the proceedings
See Megan in Action!
Kath always finds time to smile.
Ted Garbett can always be relied
upon to help out
Party Time Christmas Atmosphere Fun Fun Fun
Party party partygoers
School Choir
Skiffle Group
The BCMC Skiffle Group
See and hear them in HD!
Video 1 Video 2 Video 3
Brian 'T' Williams
Brian 'T' Williams
A one man band.
The Band

Alf on the washboard, Ron on the double bass(broom stick) Megan on the horn ( hosepipe) and the Milky Bar Kid on the spoons will not  pose any threat to people like ‘The Spinners’
Ron Naylor waves goodbye

 Then it was the turn of ‘Brian T Williams’ who kept us entertained for the next part of the afternoon.

Lonnie Donegan’s ‘Does your chewing gum lose its flavour’ brought back memories for all of us.

 Brian's one man band act was excellent, mind you I’m not so sure his band of ‘skifflers will make it.

And so with the drawing of the raffle we come to the end of another Christmas Party.

A great big thank you must go to the Choir from Loxdale School, Brian T Williams, and to all of the members for turning up.


We discover the secret behind Kath Kiely’s
smile,  its called  ‘Bells’
  Merry Christmas Everybody  

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