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2006 January

* NOLLICK GHENNAL AS BLEIN VIE NOA (Peree Bane)

New Year Greetings from the Isle of Man; it must be a very different Carrog at Christmas time from the balmy July when we enjoyed the Eisteddfod. A sprinkling of snow, perhaps?

Perree Bane have had a busy year all in all; dancing at local events such as Port St Mary Lifeboat day, Church fetes and the Viking Festival in Peel, and of course our first visit to Llangollen. An excellent weekend in all respects, in no little way due to the wonderful hospitality we enjoyed in Carrog. We hope the village school has successfully fought off closure, we would like to dance for them again and hear them sing! The Group also went to Cornwall for the Lowender Peran Festival in Perranporth; our performance in the Celtic Spectacular was a repeat of that which brought us success at the Eisteddfod and was received very well.

Since returning from Cornwall, Perree Bane has been inviting new members to join and learn to dance. The lessons will continue in the New Year, as some of them are quite keen!

2006 will see us back in Llangollen for the next Eisteddfod, and Carol is working hard on our new performances - lets hope they will be as successful as the last time! Even if not, I’m sure we will have a great time.

All the very best from John Dowling and Perree Bane.

Perree Bane and Carrog School

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