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Carols from Clippesby

Away in a Manger

 

Sung by the Clippesby Christmas Choir, with

images of classical nativity paintings and stained glass

We Three Kings of Orient are

 

Sung by the Clippesby Christmas Choir

with a tableau of silhouettes of kings and camels

"We wish you a Merry Christmas"

 

sung by the Clippesby Christmas Choir.

 

Showing some of the church decorations

and a glimpse of the choir (as it was several years ago)

The Lakefield Singers and the Clippesby Christmas Choir

 

The tradition of St. Peter’s Church having a choir for the Carol Service goes back a very long way – fifty years in fact – and for twenty years of that time  Evelyn Chalkley was its conductor.  Pauline took over the baton from her mother ten years ago, and recently for the Christmas occasion the choir’s name gradually changed from The Lakefield Singers into the Clippesby Christmas Choir, and with dwindling numbers was delighted to welcome a tenor and bass into its ranks. In its early years, Mary Cooke of Oby was the accompanist; for the last twelve or so years that most important supportive role has been undertaken by Peter Aldous from Great Yarmouth.

"Ding Dong Merrily on High"

sung by the Clippesby Christmas Choir

A colourful celebration of bells, great and small, ringers and singers

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(Note: the images of choirs in this video are not of the Lakefield Singers)

Sung by the Lakefield Singers at Clippesby

The Angel Gabriel from Heaven came

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