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The Crewe and Nantwich Twinning Association want a pianist for Wednesday night.

They are running an English Language Summer School for members of our twin towns in France and Germany and will take them to The English Dining Room for an evening meal.

The English Dining Room — please click on the link below the photo — is a very smart eatery on a working farm near Jodrell Bank.

After the meal we hope to have a singsong around the piano using traditional English songs. We are not in a position to offer a fee but a 
free meal is on offer plus either transport or petrol expenses.

We also have a copy of the News Chronicle Songbook and can photocopy songs.

If you can help, please contact Peter Kay on 01270811650 or r.peter.k@gmail.com

 

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