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Yvonne Manchester: Extravaganza 5 (91* d) RE: Manchester: Extravaganza 5 20 Oct 03


Wonderful weekend.

Well done to The Open Door folk club for organising a superb Extravaganza. For me the highlights were the singarounds.

In particular it was lovely to meet and hear the Mudcatters who had travelled so far to be with us. George,Hillary, Rhianna and Mick and those who live close by like Vin and Sue VG--so lovely. Our own Cath made my weekend by singing 'My Lady of Autumn' and Richard a close second with 'When all Men Sing'.


Ellison, Edwards and Threlfall (apologies if I have that the wrong way round!) just get better and better and I shall never tire of hearing them. (If anybody sees Amanda will you tell her I followed her 'Handy Tip' in the shower this morning and clenching the buttocks does NOT help ME achieve high notes!!!)

So pleased you arrived home safely, George. If it is any consolation, I too am in work--yawn.

Bernard--wonderful organisation of the singarounds and a smashing MC even if you did run out of words (is this a first???)

Thank you all for a memorable weekend and roll on March when we shall gather to do it all again--yippee.

Yvonne


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