Mike PutnamAbove: Mike Putnam, carol display board maker and PACC founder member. Also donated the piano to the Prince Albert.

Sue haydockAbove: Sue Haydock, foreign itinerary co-ordinator, PACC first aider and founder member.

CESCAIt is with profound sorrow that we report the death of Cesca Stuart (above). Cesca was a PACC founder member and for many years she provided rehearsal space, firstly in her kitchen and later in her garage. She had a sweet confident voice and was a leading member of the soprano section.
She is greatly missed.

 

Links

THE PRINCE ALBERT - probably the best pub in the West

RODBOROUGH FOLK ORCHESTRA - just as it sounds, a group of musicians of all abilities who meet locally to play under the excellent leadership of our own PACC musical mentor, Fran Wade.

VITAL SPARK WEST GALLERY QUIRE - based in Malvern, Worcestershire, Vital Spark performs the lively music heard in rural churches in the late 18th and early 19th century. Some of its members also sing regularly with the PACC.

VILLAGE CAROLS - is a non-profitmaking organisation which exists to record and promote local carol singing traditions.

BRADFORD ON AVON CAROLLERS - Village Carols sung in several BoA hostelries. An account of their origins here.

WEST GALLERY MUSIC ASSOCIATION - also has an extensive links page

LOCAL CAROLS - lists carolling events in S Yorkshire

FENTEN - Fenten aims to answer the need for a reliable and useable source of sheet music, lyrics, live recordings and information about traditional Cornish songs and music.