Here we are in the village pub- The Royal Oak -sharing in BBC Radio Leicester's "Sing Christmas" - which they claim is the largest interactive carol service in England. Interestingly, all the carols were 'trad' - none of the newer ones.
Mike and Jon, our sound engineers were there in good time setting up all the gear.
They did a brilliant job - very professional.
Mark and Sarah at the pub prepared the room for us and provided lovely hot mince pies.
Here's Tom the Rector - who was our compere - after the event, sharing a pint with Ken from our church. Putting that picture in especially for my friend Elizabeth in India [Ken's Daughter] because I know she reads the blog to keep up with news of the church and the village!
I am exhausted now - but very grateful that the demise of tomorrow's Panto means we actually have a free day with no fixed commitments. Time to rest and recuperate. It's sad about Heroes - but I am truly grateful for this unexpected day of rest!