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KINGSLEY. CHOIR EXCURSION.—The choir of St. John the Evangelist Church, Kingsley, had their annual excursion on Monday, the place selected this year being Blackpool. The party, numbering nearly 50, and including the vicar (the Rev. A. P. Reynolds), Mr. John Warburton (church- warden), and Mr. C. H. Hibbert (organist), left Acton Bridge at 7.45, and, after a long and somewhat tedious journey, owing to the numer- ous stoppages, arrived fit the Lancashire water- ing-place soon after eleven. The weather, which at the outset looked none too propitious, improved as the day advanced. After a ramble along the promenade dinner was partaken of, and then the Eiffel Tower, with its splendid aquarium and circus, was patronised by the majority, while some spent the afternoon in the beautiful Winter Gardens. After tea the party well satisfied with their day's enjoyment, left Talbot-road at 7 o'clock, Acton Bridge being reached by nine o'clock. The thanks of all are due to the vicar for his kindness in arranging for the comfort of the party.

. ROSSETT.

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