Colin: The apprentice song; Back home in Derry; Dutchmans trousers; across the line; Eddystone light.
New visitor, Jan Miller from Bude in Cornwall ,visiting her son sang unaccompanied the following: Sheep stealer; Pinjarrah dreams; Charlotte Diamond; the recruiting sergeant; John Conden.
Tom - Buddy can you spare a dime; Autumn Leaves; Sweet baby Jane; Lasoo the moon; White trash.
Kath played her concertina and did: Salmon tales; Planty Irwin; Winster gallop: Sí Bheag, Sí Mhór; Loch Lomond.
Mike sang: The Transports song; Fred Wedlock's version of English country garden; Able Rogers (wave over wave).
Chris: She's like a swallow; The water is wide; Idle ways and sunny days; Shenandoah.
Roger: Henry the eighth I am; Autumn leaves (with french words which Tom whispered to me was named as les feuilles mortes); Woad; Sloop John B.
Geoff arrived with John after the footie.
Geoff: The ships that do sail; Fully fledged guard; McAlpines fusiliers.
John: Marco Polo; Across the hills; I am going (Shane MacGowan)
Normal service will return shortly and in the meantime, please come along to this week’s session.
(Number present: 9 of which 9 performed)