Cyril Gough: April 2018
'Holy Jingles', Cedarbrook's legendary worship band, has a new drummer. Petra Jameson has been playing the drums for two years and was inspired to volunteer when she heard of the retirement of Percy Jones. Percy was one of the founding members of the band but, latterly, has had to accept his drumming is no longer loud enough.
'Holy Jingles' were among the stars of this year's very successful Cedarbrook pantomime, 'Mother Goose'. They accompany the evening Songs of Praise service at Cedarbrook each month. They are often involved in Circuit Services and can be booked for other suitable occasions. For further information, contact Cyril Gough.
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