Our third appearance at the Sandy Festival saw us rounding off the event, held in the afternoon at St. Swithun’s Church. Philip Norman organises this event each year along with a similar festival in London. There were eight other groups/choirs performing their chosen pieces with amazingly little overlap! We chose a Rogers and Hart favourite, ‘Blue Moon’ while Just A Cappella from Hemel Hempstead gave a rendition of the jazzy version. St. Mary’s Singers from Potton also included ‘The Long Day Closes’, one of Arthur Sullivan’s emotional reveries which we love singing too. It was a very successful event overall and a treat for those visiting and getting a free concert thrown in.