excerpt from 'I remember! Reminiscences of a Cobbler's Son' pp. 147-148 (144 words)

excerpt from 'I remember! Reminiscences of a Cobbler's Son' pp. 147-148 (144 words)

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I remember! Reminiscences of a Cobbler's Son

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Mr. Brindley and Mr. Len Denison were my colleagues during my time as Steward (at Woodhouse Carr Methodist Church], and very good colleagues they were, and we got along like a “house on fire”. Mr. Brindley (as Choir Master and Organist) was often encouraged as quite a number of our preachers made reference to the very good singing of our congregation. The singing certainly was good, for they were led by a Choir who were well trained in the singing of hymns Old and New. Hymnology and the interpretation of hymns were the special study of our Choirmaster. We hadn’t a large Choir, but it was an enthusiastic one, and I was happy to be a member of it for many years. Choir practice was looked forward to each Thursday Evening, and apart from the singing, it was a happy get-together among friends. 

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