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Hands in the air for festive carol singing

PUBLISHED: 15:24 16 December 2009 | UPDATED: 09:17 12 August 2010

CAROLS: Dave Payne and his pupils singing festive tunes

CAROLS: Dave Payne and his pupils singing festive tunes

PUPILS performed carols at a popular fortnightly event hosted by a library. Biggin Hill Primary School s choir sung Christmas carols with the help of their headteacher Dave Payne playing the guitar last Friday. The event at Biggin Hill library was part

PUPILS performed carols at a popular fortnightly event hosted by a library.

Biggin Hill Primary School's choir sung Christmas carols with the help of their headteacher Dave Payne playing the guitar last Friday.

The event at Biggin Hill library was part of the venue's Friday Friends project that invites residents to come down and hear speakers on a range of subjects from fitness to Lord Admiral Nelson.

Senior supervisor at the library Carol Bowen said: "They are proving very popular and we are having to turn visitors away because of a lack of space.

"When we move into our new facility in Church Road we will be able to have more residents come in and enjoy our guest talks for free."

On January 8 a fitness expert will be giving advice on how best to shift excess poundage gained over Christmas. Other New Year topics include Players, Prayers and Prisoners - a pictorial walk through historic points of interest from St Paul's to Southwark Cathedral, consumer rights and a talk on Lord Nelson.

The library is set to move into its new premises in mid-March 2010.


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