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The Village Church, Digswell

Shapers Minutes

Unfortunately, although Minutes were taken for the missing dates, no one has yet recorded them formally.


Shapers Shapenote Singing Day
Digswell Methodist Church (The Village Church)
Hertfordshire AL6 0DH
Saturday, 6 June 1998

Singing was from the 1991 edition of The Sacred Harp unless otherwise stated.
NH - Northern Harmony, 3rd ed. 1995

Steve Fletcher welcomed singers, and led 479 and 350.  Leaders: Bernard Collard 503b; Ken Baddley 66; Steve Fletcher 84; Bob Lilley 446; Judy Whiting 501; Edwin Macadam 71; Simon Beirne NH76; Sheila Girling Smith 180; Dave Cooper NH186; Ruth Cooper 143; Dave Richardson 49b; Mandy Townsend NH102; Dave Townsend 146; Helen Brown 198; Lynne Heraud with Bernard Collard 34b; Ken Baddley 569; Steve Fletcher 36b; Bob Lilley NH178; Judy Whiting 38t; Edwin Macadam NH63; Simon Beirne NH11; Sheila Girling Smith 474.


The afternoon session commenced with Dave Cooper leading 324. Leaders: Ruth Cooper 528; Dave Richardson 153; Mandy Townsend 186; Dave Townsend 31t; Helen Brown NH74; Brian Noon 31b; Ken Baddley 147t; Steve Fletcher NH94; Bob Lilley 452; Edwin Macadam 236; Simon Beirne NH22; Sheila Girling Smith 299; Dave Cooper NH66; Ruth Cooper 268; Dave Richardson 30t; Mandy Townsend 361; Dave Townsend 272; Helen Brown NH124; Brian Noon 49t; Bernard Collard 454; Ken Baddley 497; Steve Fletcher 48t; Bob Lilley 117; Edwin Macadam 155.




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