B cador: January 2020
It was lovely to receive the following email this morning, following our contribution to the Service at Chester Cathedral yesterday.
I would just like to congratulate all who were involved in any way with the Service at Chester Cathedral yesterday.
The children's behaviour was impeccable all the time they were there, even when not on show.
Please give special thanks to the 2 children, who were on the far end of the 'wafting'. When it came to the hymn, for which they had no words, made no fuss but just stood in their places quietly.
The sound and vision effects for the readings really did enhance the story telling, and the precision of creating the Maltese Flag was very moving.
Many, many thanks and congratulations.
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