We had the pleasure last weekend of taking our saxophone quartet to a Christmas Fayre in Bridgnorth. Over six hundred people visited the event which was focussed on recycling, and we certainly saw some imaginative examples: bags made of folded newspaper and jewellery made of enamelled dominoes. Perhaps the prize should have gone to the large snowman who welcomed us; he was (mostly) made of old plastic drinking cups.
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