[I spent much of the evening in the kitchen, so took my pictures through the serving hatch!]
We raised around £175 for three charities working in Africa - including Tom’s East African Playgrounds and a couple of others in Malawi. We could have done with a few more people there!
Here’s Moira and Marilyn in the kitchen, looking a little anxious about when [if?] the interval will start! Along with Janet and Julie they helped me served teas and coffees throughout the evening- and in the interval, everyone got a mug of soup and a roll [That Soup Kettle is definitely earning its keep!] followed by far too many cakes.
Here’s Dangerous Dogs – with their Djembe. Spot the Washboard at the back, too!
We got everything cleared up and packed away…and fell into bed around midnight, with the satisfaction of a job well done.
Anyone remember this songbook from the 60’s? It came out the year after Youth Praise 1. I still have my copies of YP1 & 2 – but I don’t think I ever possessed my own copy of FF&C. Back then, we did not have YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter, but even in the middle of Norfolk, we still managed to find out what were the cool new songs for the enthusiastic young Christians!