‘Bloom­ing great job from all’

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - PEOPLE IN PICTURES -

PUPILS per­formed a va­ri­ety of mu­sic for peo­ple gath­ered on their lunch break.

The lat­est Lunchtime Con­cert at the United Re­formed Church, Ayles­bury End, saw The Bea­cons­field School pupils per­form on Thurs­day, Novem­ber 6.

The con­cert be­gan with an in­stru­men­tal en­sem­ble, Tune from Terp­si­chore by Prae­to­rius, ar­ranged by the head of mu­sic Jeremy Daw­son, who played the key­board.

The vo­cal­ists were, Tom Lid­g­ley, Izzy Pap­worth and Kieran Gough; the solo pi­anist Bianca Short, flautist Cameron Moss and alto sax­o­phone was 12-year-old Jas­mine Brown.

The con­cert ended with three Jazz pieces played by the Jazz Band, Why by Can­non­ball Ad­der­ley, Can­taloupe Is­land by Her­bie Han­cock, Take It Away by Jeremy Daw­son. Or­gan­iser Elaine Tu­dor Wil­liams hird year The School have at the me Con­certs. em­bers of udi­ence mmented on w pleased ey were to ave the ppor­tu­nity to ear pupils om the hool per­form. We are very ful to Mr on, for all his rk and for his al lead­er­ship ner­a­tion of VOL­UN­TEERS have planted out a town with win­ter flo­ral dis­plays to add some ‘colour and piz­zazz’.

The 12 Amer­sham in Bloom vol­un­teers helped the town coun­cil to bring win­ter colour to the com­mu­nity by plant­ing out tubs, bor­ders and beds through­out the town.

The town’s deputy mayor, Amanda La­mont said: “The grow­ing band of helpers of all ages have been plant­ing up the flower beds around the town to bring colour and piz­zazz to Amer­sham through­out the win­ter. Well done Bloom Vol­un­teers – a fan­tas­tic job. The vol­un­teers are a real as­set to Amer­sham.”

The Amer­sham in Bloom vol­un­teers have planted beds with a mix­ture of sus­tain­able plants and win­ter bed­ding with a mix­ture of white heathers, red aza­leas and red skim­mias.

The town coun­cil is still look­ing for fur­ther vol­un­teers to join the team. For de­tails email stevec@amer­sham-tc.gov.uk

Amer­sham in Bloom vol­un­teers, from left, Jill Mace, Kathie Jones, Bar­bara Spald­ing and Pippa Cot­ton don’t mind the rain as they work

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