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Bang on time, the dancers crossed the Kettle Bridge that spans the River Medway at Barming, with the band right behind them. As tradition dictates, they performed Churchtown as they made their way over "our" bridge.
The dances chosen for the subsequent stand were
As usual, the last dance was an opportunity for the audience to join in and have a go at Churchtown. This they did with much enthusiasm and gusto.
Then it was time to make our way up South Street to the welcome site of The Bull in Barming. Here, birthday girl Eva was presented with her cake. It was quite a day for her as it was the first time that she had danced over the bridge but Eva can now consider herself a fully qualified member of Kettle Bridge Clogs.
Suitably refreshed, the dancers then performed
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