St Paul’s Drummers create history in Parliament Buildings

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Friday, February 15th, 2013
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On Thursday 17th January, St Paul’s Ethnic Percussion Group was invited to perform in Stormont and were given the privilege of performing in two Chambers.

This is the first ever percussion group that has been given the opportunity to perform in the room that the Assembly is held.

Well done to all involved and a special word of thanks to Megan Fearon and Barry McElduff for the great day and chance to perform.


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