MARCH: Dancing at Christmas lights switch-on was thoroughly enjoyed
IT S a shame to read that the school choir couldn t be heard at the switch-on at March s Christmas lights this year (letters December 12). I, personally, avoided that part of the proceedings. However, after the market place cleared, I thoroughly enjoyed d
IT'S a shame to read that the school choir couldn't be heard at the switch-on at March's Christmas lights this year (letters December 12). I, personally, avoided that part of the proceedings.
However, after the market place cleared, I thoroughly enjoyed dancing in the square. I would have like it to have carried on longer, the band were excellent.
Each to their own, it is the season of goodwill, so please don't be selfish. I'm sure the local schools have arranged Christmas concerts where the children's singing can be heard in the relative warmth and comfort of the school hall.
By the way, if you're curious, I'm a lady in her 50s with three adult sons, who in turn, have their own children.
If you were implying by your letter that the only people left in the square to enjoy the band shouldn't be allowed to participate in the festivities, please open your mind and heed the true spirit of the season.
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