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Trinity Festival - Music to Shop By

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(30 April 2005)


On Saturday 30th April The Trinity Festival continued with Music To Shop by at the station parade of shops in Cookham.

The Band Plays On

Tony from Village Hardware cooked sausages on a barbecue in the car park, which had been donated by Roy Gigg the butcher.

The Royal Dry Cleaners were kind enough to lend their area to our musicians Jeremy and Drew who entertained the hoardes of crowds.  They also supplied chocolates for the children.

The florist shop Fiorentina did floral demonstrations for us. 

Fiorentina Have a Floral Demonstration and Chocolate Tasting

Papier Maché Badgers

Manzanos had coffee and churros (Spanish donuts) to sample.
The sculptures from Guys and Dolls were on display outside the Stationery Depot who've kindly acted as theTrinity Festival box office.

Manzano Was Busy for Coffees

The Accordiansits

Festival Organiser Michael Johnson with Liz Kwantes (why isn't Liz in Scotland canvassing?)

Timmy Mallett with Linda and Verna Dobson who have come down from the North for the Festival

Elizabeth House had a fundraising sale, with jumble, cakes, which sold out extremely quickly, raffle and bric a brac.  An enjoyable morning out with music.

Elizabeth House Fundraiser

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