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FAO Annette, re Bradford Mela

Discussion in 'Music' started by b.ayengio, Jun 16, 2011.

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    To Annette, who helped me try to keep my drums dry at
    Bradford Mela at the weekend – thank you very much for your help. You ended up
    leaving your big umbrella behind. As you said you’d heard of me through this website, perhaps you'll read this - if so, can you please PM or email me, ao I can return your

    My email is b.ayengio@yahoo.co.uk

    What a brilliant event it was, despite the rain! The Mela committee
    worked wonders!
  2. LennoxBerkeley

    LennoxBerkeley New commenter

    Can I pass on my personal gratitude to Annette too? I have a feeling that a wet djembe would have been the straw that broke b.ayengio's back.

    I'd stick the brolly on ebay if I were you.


  3. Now, Lennox, try not to get too emotional - it's not good for you.
    Are you still locked in your classroom?

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