Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th May 2018 8:30am
Members of the Witchert Chorale returned to the church towers in Long Crendon and Cuddington on Bank Holiday Monday, 7th May, to sing May Madrigals in the delightful Spring sunshine
Some key skills required by those who participate:
1. A good voice — even early in the morning
2. Physically fit — lots of steps to get up the tower
3. No problems with claustrophobia — the vertical stairwell is steep, very narrow and seems to go on forever
4. A head for heights once on the roof!
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