Trombone Workshop

Last Saturday afternoon 18 people met together to have a go at playing the plastic Pbones (the first ever plastic Pbones trumpet in the world).

Steve and Chris came to lead the session showed us how to assemble the Pbones and who to hold them. The ages varied from 7 through to 80, and what fun they had, trying to blow and make a noise.

Some were really loud, and some were very quiet, it all depended how you pursed your lips on the mouthpiece and how much puff you had!! We learnt to find D, E, moving the sliding mechanism up and down to create different sounds and learnt some simple tunes. Everyone had a great time and Paul and Chris were very patient.

A well-earned rest at time with a drink before the second part started. Off we went again Chris introducing another note F and played another tune.

By the end of the session everyone was tired but they all had a great time having ago. Thank you to Steve and Chris for leading the group and teaching us how to play and we hope they will come again and do another session for us.

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Service Review: 19th Nov 2017

The theme of the service was ‘What if John came to the Triangle today’, and after the welcome by our own minister, Hillary Howarth, and she opened the service with hymn number 264 in Sing the Faith ‘Make way, make way’ and it was sung with gusto and enthusiasm.

We then welcomed our first guest John the Baptist! Not THE John the Baptist but our own Glen dressed as John the Baptist preparing the way for the Ministry of Our Lord, Jesus the Son of God. Glen played a fantastic part and the throwing of the balls was enjoyed by all.

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