Reporter John White
Over 60 people attended the Wistaston Jubilee Proms Concert on Thursday 18th October at the Wistaston Memorial Hall and Community Centre, Church Lane, Wistaston.
The Concert was performed by the Crewe Concert Band - http://www.cwecb.co.uk/ - under the Musical Director Albert Dunseath. The programme started with the National Anthem and included the Royal Salute, The Yeomen of the Guard, music of The Beatles medley, First Suite in E flat (Jupiter), Cymru am byth (Song of Wales), Barnacle Bill, Irish tune from County Derry, a Scottish Rhapsody, The Dambusters, Nimrod, Fantasia on British Sea Songs. The finale included There’ll Always Be an England, I Vow to Thee, My Country, Jerusalem and Pomp and Circumstance.
The entrance tickets and raffle were organised by Glenys White, Mark Ray, Herbert Locke and Jonathan White. The interval refreshments were organised by Audrey Astbury, Olive Williams, Eileen Bamber, Kathleen Conroy, and Sue Brown.
The final sum to be shared between the Crewe Concert Band and the hall is approximately £400.
Organiser and Master of Ceremonies, John White, said, "This was rousing, patriotic Jubilee concert with the Crewe Concert Band at its best. The audience participation was outstanding. It was another very successful community event."