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. SHOCKLACH.

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SHOCKLACH. CHOIR. EXCURSION.—The ohoir of St. Edith's Church, Shocklach, on Monday had their annual trip, Rbyl being the place chosen this year. The party numbered about 30, and although the weather for some days past had not been very propitious, nor the morning very promising, yet the day was beautiful, and therefore added to their enjoyment. They left Malpas at eight a.m., and arrived at Rhyl about ten o'clock. After a stroll round the town, the party assembled to partake of luncheon, which had been provided at 12.30. Afterwards they spent the afternoon in various ways till 5.30, when they met again for tea at Griffiths' Temperance Hotel. They returned by the 6.40 from Rhyl to Chester, arriving at the latter place at 7.30. This gave them an hour in the city, and finally they reached Malpas by 9.50, having spent a very pleasant day. Through the kindness of Mr. Piggott and Mr. Nickson (churchwardens) and others, the party were conveyed to and from the station in traps, which added greatly to the day's comfort and enjoyment.

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