Kavita White: April 2017
Last Saturday, Cedarbrook enjoyed a very successful Bangers Night.
Panto producer, Cyril Gough, left his director's chair to take up residence in the Cedarbrook kitchen. Wearing a suitably dramatic chef's hat, he spent the evening cooking a mouth-watering selection of sausages. Most of the Mother Goose cast was present — and most of them had enormous appetites! A straw poll on the night declared a 'pork, tomato and basil' sausage the evening's best banger.
Holy Jingles were present throughout and provided the loudest background music you've ever heard.
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