Flanders and Swan Revisited in Easton by Adrian Vincent et al

An effervescent evening of musical comedy was held at St. Mary’s Church, Easton on Saturday, 15th September.  Over 140 people enjoyed canapés and a light supper at The Old Rectory by kind permission of Andy and Clare Davies before walking down the lane to the church.  The Davies generosity and hardwork contributed to the most wonderful evening and everyone enjoyed spending time in their stunning home.

The performance consisted of a combination of the songs of Flanders and Swann and the poetic wit of John Betjeman, skilfully brought together by a very versatile and charismatic actor, singer and pianist, Michael Lunts.

Theo Mezger as Easton church warden gave a vote of thanks to the principle organiser, Penelope Kellie, whose formidable organising skills enabled everything to run smoothly.  Penelope in turn gave a vote of thanks to all those who had assisted her tirelessly in making the evening a resounding success.

Funds were raised are in aid of St. Mary’ Easton Development Fund.

Adrian Vincent, Kathleen Snape and Gillian Stewart

Revd. Alex Pease writes:  Penelope, Clare and Andy and all your wonderful helpers: You are all amazing.  Thank you for your hard work and enthusiasm to put on this great event.   Thank you all so much on behalf of the St Mary’s Easton Development Fund for which the evening raised £3300 – a great result.


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