Choir in fine voice

Friends of Cam­bus­lang Park

Rutherglen Reformer - - Front Page - Kenny Smith

The Friends of Cam­bus­lang Park were in good voice when they held their an­nual carol singing event.

Around 50 peo­ple braved the cold weather to go along and sing a se­lec­tion of popular Christ­mas car­ols at the Cairns Road en­trance to the park.

Friends chair­man Ed­ward Cais led the group off, as ev­ery­one had a fun time.

A Friends spokesman said: “We started off with 40 peo­ple singing, but this rose to 50 as we sang.

“It was a lovely night, and although it was a lit­tle on the cold side, it stayed dry for us, and the rain just started after we’d fin­ished singing.

“We had 19 chil­dren along too, and one of our mem­bers, Mar­garet Sloan, had made Santa Claus lol­lipops for them.

“It was good fun, and the kids re­ally en­joyed it.

“It was a good way to end the year and sing car­ols for half-an-hour.”

Al­to­gether now Peo­ple of all ages took part in the carol singing

Fam­ily fun Ev­ery­one had a great time singing car­ols

Singing to­gether Coun­cil­lor Rus­sell Clearie joined the gath­ered carol singers

Christ­mas cheer Cam­bus­lang West coun­cil­lor Richard Tul­lett came along to sing

Singing by can­dle­light Th­ese lit­tle ones sang be­side the tealights

En­sem­ble Singers gather ahead of the carol con­cert in Cam­bus­lang Park

Good time Around 50 peo­ple took part in the carol singing

Singing a song This lit­tle one en­joyed the carol con­cert

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