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Wednesday, 15 February 2017 18:46

A Look Into The ‘Longdenville Claytones’

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Youngsters from steelband Longdenville Claytones are proving that good things can come out of the quiet community.

 

The youngsters have managed to secure a place in the finals of the Panorama competition despite learning to play their tune in only 2 weeks time.

Cherrylene Lewis visited the steel band at their camp and brought back this report.

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