' Three Mice'—I, a story in verse by CHARLES G. MORTIMER , told by VERA ASHE
Songs by MARY POLLOCK (soprano)
' A Mushroom Adventure '
A story by MARION DERWIN , told by JOHN BENTLEY
Hand-Bell Ringing by a Team of Boys from St. Mary's School, Acocks Green,
St. Mary's Church of England School, Acocks Green, has a team of ten boys who have given performances at hand-bell ringing at several local concerts. They play a number of tunes on the handbells as well as change ringing.
Instead of having a soloist or entertainer to occupy the interlude in a musical programme, the experiment is being tried of providing a specially written variety turn. The two artists who take part remain anonymous.
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