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No room in the pub

by Margaret Duggan

THEY WERE singing along outside in the car park, because the Bull’s Head in Cosby was overflowing. They were all taking part in Sing Christmas, which was being broadcast live by BBC Radio Leicester from the Bull’s Head. People were singing in the bars, where there was a gospel choir, a Christian Praise choir (left), and the South Wigston Salvation Army band, while a sound-relay system was installed in the car park, where people with song sheets gathered ...

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