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Vamping Horn at South Scarle...

A VAMPING HORN (on the wall in the bottom left pic)! None of us have ever seen one of these before (understandably, since this is one of only nine in the country). Also known as a ‘Shawm’, the large trumpet shaped horns were used in church during choir services to ‘vamp up’ the singing hence the name Vamping Horn and also used as megaphones for communication at a distance over one mile and for public addresses. Great night playing at South Scarle Community Centre in Lincolnshire on Saturday night, what a beautiful venue!

A vamping horn at South Scarle Com Centre

Crushing it in Mexico City

Fantastic weekend playing in Neen Sollars and Dilwyn

Fantastic weekend playing in Neen Sollars and Dilwyn - thanks to everyone who came along! Saturday we go up to Newark to play at South Scarle Community Centre. Tickets are available from: 07972 300346 be great to see you there :)

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Neen Sollars and Dilwyn Village Hall Concerts

An impressive pine cone tree #ruraltouring

Fab time playing at Taynton and Tibberton Village Hall last Friday. Wonderful audience, impressive embroidery and found an amazing pine cone tree too. Thanks to Ian for the photo of us playing :)


Whalebone at Taynton and Tibberton Village Hall

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