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By Sue Challoner - 28th February 2017 12:31pm
St Bart's revived an ancient tradition today on Shrove Tuesday. The sound of the galoubet — pipe and tambourin — drum were once again heard from the Church Tower, echoing across the ancient lands of the Minshull's. We had a good turnout at our event and we all enjoyed coffee and pancakes as we listened to the music.
Liz Davies has been running a competition, following the successful visit of author Elizabeth Hobbes on the library bus. We had a number of entries via village arena
The answer to the question of course was "Andrew Guy"
Names were drawn out of a hat at our Pipes & Pancakes Event -The winner of the book was Elizabeth Headon, and prize donated by Liz was won by Barbara Robinson
Many thanks to all who came
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