There were a few people away and one or two in bed with a hot toddy, so the function room at The Feathers was only two thirds full.
Nevertheless, it was another fine night of music that began with Richard Ruthin and came to a close with a lovely ballad from Helen Jukes Hughes.
There was a total of fourteen musicians in all, providing a wide range of songs and styles, including some hilarious monologues from Geoff Skellon.
Jim Cole treated us to the Ukraine National Anthem and then for balance, he played the Russian anthem after announcing that he (nor we for that matter) have no gripe with the Russian people, only their half baked leader.
I’m just waiting for Mr Spreckley to write a protest song about Putin!