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Songs of Praise


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The tiny villages of Upper and Lower Brailes in the Cotswolds are the setting for this week's programme. Here, villagers have created a tapestry for their local church.
Pam Rhodes meets farmers
Ebby and Helen Gardner. preparing for the spring after a difficult year, and poet Freda Jones , who finds her inspiration in the Warwickshire countryside.
Rejoice! The Lord Is King (Gopsal); The Lord's My Shepherd (Crimond);
Be Thou My Guardian (Abridge): It Is a Thing Most Wonderful (Herongate);
What a Friend We Have in Jesus; Colours of Day;
We Love the Place, O God (Quam dilecta);
Ye Holy Angels Bright (Darwell's 148th).
Conductor Cyril Cowen Organist William Cross Producer Diane Reid
Editor Roger Hutchings


Unknown: Lower Brailes
Unknown: Pam Rhodes
Unknown: Helen Gardner.
Unknown: Freda Jones
Producer: Diane Reid
Editor: Roger Hutchings

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