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Last Thursday at 8pm, lucky residents were treated once again to live concerts on the streets of Henbury, in recognition of the NHS and key workers.

Ann Cousin has recruited more friends to her little band, and ventured outside, and Andy Crosland demonstrated more of his repertoire!

Thank you to all of them.

If you or your family can play an instrument, it would be lovely to get even more people playing. It really can cheer people up.

Let us know if you are going to play next Thursday, and even better if you can get someone to video it please send it to editor@henbury.org.

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