Never mind “It’s All About The Bass”; last Thursday it was All About The Hats …and the jumpers, and the zany glasses, and the fairy lights.

Most of all, it was All About The Music, as forty five friends flocked to The Feathers in festive mood to party on our final Singers’ Night of 2017.

They arrived from far and wide; from Rhyl to Rhos-on-Sea, from Wrexham to The Wirral, From Denbigh, Ruthin and all points in between.

The feast comprised of Chip Baps, Pizza, Mince Pies and a wonderful Christmas Cake baked and decorated by Glyn Hudson. The atmosphere was charged with Fun. And, in the words of Paul Simon, ‘Not a negative word was heard, from the peoples passing by…”.

Almost half of the revellers were minstrels, having turned-up armed with guitar, mandolin, banjo, dobro, ukulele, fiddle, or the lyrics of a limerick, to entertain and delight well into the night.

There were so many excellent performances; some seasonal, some contemporary and some traditional. I’m not even going to try to list them all. Instead, we’ll just let the pictures tell the rest of the story:

An Assortment of  Minstrels (click to view as a slide show)

John Williams, Lynda and Tom Degney, Brian Peters, Bob and Penni Neale, Cath Bryan and Pete, Geoff Hollis, Jim Cole, Fuchsia Jones, David Castledene, Ron Stephenson, Glyn Hudson, Andrew Bowsher, Joe Lyon, Chris Birchall, Gary Edward Jones, David Rees, Richard and Wendy Eastwood.

Some of the Revellers (click to view as a slide show)

We would like to thank all our members, visiting musicians, and friends who have supported us over the past year, for helping to make ours a happy, welcoming and successful club.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
See you January 4th.