Pensioners in pianist appeal

PUBLISHED: 12:01 18 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:36 25 May 2010

No pianist: sad pensioners

No pianist: sad pensioners

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A TUNEFUL group of pensioners face an uncertain future after their pianist quit.

A TUNEFUL group of pensioners face an uncertain future after their pianist quit.

The worried members of University of the Third Age's Sing-a-long club are being forced to sing a capella at the moment.

But the 25-strong group could have to stop the sessions at the United Reformed Church Hall altogether if they do not find a replacement for the fortnightly sessions.

Class leader Trisha Kemp said: "It would be a terrible shame if the club ended, because we have such a great time."

Anyone who can play at the Waterloo Street venue between 2-4pm on Friday afternoons should call Trisha on 01934 624269.

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