South Wales Singing Weekend
Saturday, 16 July 2011
Wyatt conducted a short singing School. Chris Brown called the class to
order with 34b. Benny Ross said an opening prayer.
Leaders: Chris Brown 324; Lin James 131b, 31t; Paul Wyatt 171, 125; Tony
Parkinson 45t, 479; Benny Ross 31b, 278b; Judy Whiting 72b, 77b; Chris
Brown 159; Lin James 503; Helen Brown 77t; Margaret Gillanders 76b; Ted
Benny Ross called the class back with 105. Leaders: Lin James 178; John
Williams 274t; Tony Parkinson 75; Margaret Gillanders 350; Paul Wyatt
53; Ted Brown 35; Helen Brown 36b; Judy Whiting 150; Chris Brown 102;
Benny Ross 99; John Williams 189; Margaret Gillanders 225t; Tony
Parkinson 191; Paul Wyatt 168; Ted Brown 445; Helen Brown 349; Judy
Whiting 492. Paul Wyatt gave thanks for the lunchtime meal.
Chris Brown called the class back with 457. Leaders: Paul Wyatt 456;
Benny Ross 318; John Williams 183; Helen Brown 365; Margaret Gillanders
472; Tony Parkinson 268; Ted Brown 546; Judy Whiting 466. Chris Brown
spoke about the deceased—John
Champkin of Tenbury Wells, Linda Champ of Winchester, Mike Waterson of
Robin Hoods Bay, Joan Sillito of Raglan, Mary Lambert Smith and George
Holland both of Georgia, John Budd of Malvern, Sarah Jeshmukh of
Worcester, Marion Biggs of Ringmer and Keith Hammond of Broxbourne and
about the Sick and Housebound—Derek
Winstanley, Philip Ralls, John Merritt, Travis Keeton, Maureen Gamlin,
Jeff and Shelbie Sheppard, Lonnie Rogers, Kay Conway and Cath and Phil
Tyler. For them he led 441 and Tony Parkinson said a prayer. Leaders:
Benny Ross 66; Helen Brown 187.
Paul Wyatt called the class to order with 313t. Leaders: John Williams
504; Tony Parkinson 117; Margaret Gillanders 327; Ted Brown 108t; Helen
Brown 157; Benny Ross 474; Paul Wyatt 128; Chris Brown 127; Judy Whiting
354t; John Williams 430; Margaret Gillanders 270; Helen Brown 384; Ted
Brown 496; Paul Wyatt 475.
There was a short business meeting in which it was agreed to meet again
at Gwehelog on the Saturday before the third Sunday in 2012.
Chris Brown led 347 and Rev Richard Gillion said a closing prayer.