The class was welcomed by chairman Neil Rogers. Leaders: Pete
Eiseman-Renyard 47t; Steve Fletcher 28t; Michael Walker 31t; Rachel
Jordan 52t; Jacqui Selby-Macleod 131b; Steve Welch 38t; Nick Hall 328;
Rebecca Over 128; Edwin Macadam 203; Ed Long and James Dale 186; Juniper
Hill 547; Sheila Girling Macadam 441; Pete Eiseman-Renyard 40; Steve
Fletcher 312b; Michael Walker and Martin Williams 49b; Rachel Jordan
(for Sofi Mogensen) 84; Steve Welch 32t; Jacqui Selby-Macleod 314; Nick
Hall 313b; Rebecca Over 172; Edwin Macadam 99; Juniper Hill 29b; Ed Long
504; Sheila Girling Macadam 280; Pete Eiseman-Renyard 49t; Steve
Fletcher 430; Michael Walker 58 (in memory of Regina Ludev); Steve Welch
73b; Jacqui Selby-Macleod 134; Rachel Jordan 300; Edwin Macadam 332;
Rebecca Over 318; Nick Hall 455t; Juniper Hill 254; Ed Long 29t; Phil
Tyler 167; Sheila Girling Macadam 216; Pete Eiseman-Renyard 117; Steve
Fletcher 454; Michael Walker 182; Nick Hall 287; Jacqui Selby-Macleod
122; Steve Welch 28b; Rebecca Over 498. A short period of personal
reflection preceded the midday meal.
Edwin Macadam brought the afternoon session to order leading 472.
Leaders: Juniper Hill 348; Ed Long, Katie Weatherall and Helen Morris
86; Rachel Jordan 183; Cath Tyler 120; Sheila Girling Macadam 500; Phil
Tyler 385; Steve Fletcher 272; Michael Walker 340; Mick Hall 228; Jacqui
Selby-Macleod 448b; Pete Eiseman-Renyard 496; Rebecca Over 530; Ed Long
273; Edwin Macadam 528; Rachel Jordan 330b.
The memorial lesson was conducted by Rebecca Over, who reflected on the
manner of passing of some Sacred Harp composers in the early 20th
century and drew on her own experience of personal loss. She led 499 for
the following deceased: Dennis and Violet Sabine—Harold Wood, Essex;
Stan Elsey—Ipswich; Malcolm Wilson—Naburn, Yorks.; Frank Godwin—Bampton,
Oxon.; Lonnie Rogers—Ephesus, Georgia; Peter Schoonjans—Sweden; Regina
Ludev—Poland; David Bullen—Yorkshire. Michael Walker spoke for the sick
and housebound, with particular reference to the first and last
attendances at a singing by Mr Lonnie Rogers, who had died earlier in
the week. He led 41 for the following: Jan Lawrence—London; Linty
Davison—London; Mary Wray—London; Maria Cunningham—Sussex; Cherron
Mentorre—London; Phyllis Blake—Southend; Charlotte Walker—Virginia; John
Grant—Arkansas; Cath Saunt—Norwich; Bernard Collard—Oxford; Carole
Satyamurthy—London. The memorial was closed.
Leaders: Sheila Girling Macadam 72b; Steve Welch 171; Juniper Hill 347;
Phil Tyler 230.
Steve Fletcher called the class to order leading 148. Leaders: Nick Hall
535; Pete Eiseman-Renyard 135; Juniper Hill 245; Sheila Girling Macadam,
Bill and Janice Girling, Steven, Debra and Georgia Girling 45t; Michael
Walker 225; Rebecca Over 47b; Ed Long and Richard Makin 236; Rachel 474;
Phil Tyler 505; Jacqui Selby-Macleod 82t; Edwin Macadam 538; Steve
Thanks were extended and announcements made. Steve Fletcher led 481 and
Michael Walker led 282, after which the Chairman Neil Rogers closed the
Chairman--Neil Rogers; Secretaries--Nick Hall and Steve Fletcher.