Belvoir Wassailers
Events coming up this season...
Sat. 6 Sept. 4-5pm - Belvoir Lodge (for Melton St. Mary's church)

Fri. 7 Nov. evening - Swineshead

Sun. 9 Nov. 11am - Knipton Village Hall - Remembrance Service

Sat. 15 Nov. early evening - St. John's, Grantham

Sat. 22 Nov. evening at Welby Lane Church, Melton

Sat. 29 Nov. evening - Grantham Bowling Club

Fri. 12 Dec. evening - Harby Church

Sat. 20 Dec. evening - Denton Church

Tue. 23 Dec. evening - Manners Arms, Knipton
This season's music...
In commemoration of the WW1 Christmas cease fire
WW1 songs:
Keep the home fires burning
It's a long way to Tipperary / Pack up your troubles
Trench Songs Medley
Oh! It's a lovely war
Good Bye-ee!
Christmas songs:
Silent night
O Tannenbaum / O Christmas Tree
O Come all ye faithful
While Shepherds watched (Ilkley Moor)
Auld Lang Syne
Good King Wenceslas

A journey through the Christmas hits of the decades!
Jingle bells (pre 1920)
Twelve days of Christmas (pre 1920)
Carol of the bells (1920's)
Winter Wonderland (1930's)
Let it snow (1940's)
Silver Bells (1950's)
Santa Baby with Daniella Ord (1950's)
It's the most wonderful time of the year (1960's)
Happy Xmas / War is Over (early 1970's)
Peace on earth / Little Drummer Boy (late 1970's)
Mistletoe and Wine (1980's)
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
O Holy Night
We wish you a merry Christmas

Plus All I want for Christmas is you (1990's) by Daniella Ord
ENGLISH FOLKSONGS: (Lincolnshire Poacher/Foggy Dew/Ikley Moor)

SCOTTISH FOLKSONGS: (Skye Boat Song/Afton Water/Auld Lang Syne)

IRISH FOLKSONGS: (Cockles & Mussels/The Minstrel Boy)

SEA SHANTIES: (Rio Grande/Leave Her Johnny/Drunken Sailor)

WELSH FOLKSONGS: (Men of Harlech/Land of My Fathers)

POPULAR SONGS FROM THE EARLY 1910s: (Goodbyee/I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen/If You Were The Only Girl In The World/I Wouldn't Leave My Little Wooden Hut For You/Keep The Home Fires Burning)

MARCHING SONGS: (Parlay Voo/It's a Lovely War/Trench Songs Medley/Tipperary-Kit Bag)

I Want To Go Home


National Anthem

Never Mind
... and for Christmas...