Musical morning of memories

By Rob George Friday 16 November 2012 Updated: 16/11 14:18

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MEMBERS of Droitwich’s Our War project were joined by residents for a musical morning of remembrance on Monday (November 12).

The group held the event in the gallery room at Droitwich Library in Victoria Square and delivered a packed programme of entertainment for their guests who included town mayor Coun Anne Taft.

Crooner Kevin Mac took visitors back in time with some memorable songs which were guaranteed to get people singing along.

And three classes of local school children were also involved in activities featuring several of the Our War contributors.

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