‘Blooming great job from all’
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 email@example.com
Amersham in Bloom volunteers, from left, Jill Mace, Kathie Jones, Barbara Spalding and Pippa Cotton don’t mind the rain as they work