The 2004 Music Programme

Saturday 12th June
Open 12 noon to 6pm with light lunch £1) and refreshments (50p)
1.00 - 1.45 'Music for a while'
Sam Piper tenor
2.30 - 3.15 'Gentle pipes'
Peter Bumstead organ
4.00 - 4.30 'Cello favourites'
Dorothy O'Grady cello
Gregory Frostick continuo
5.00 Evensong
A service of psalms, readings and prayers from the Book of Common Prayer. There will be an anthem and one of the hymns will be sung to our own Little Bromley tune. The service lasts about 45 minutes. All are welcome.
Sunday 13th June
Open 12 noon to 5pm with refreshments (50p)

The friends of Little Bromley Church hope that you will enjoy a visit to this beautiful and peaceful country church.

The Flowers

All the flowers will be wild or garden flowers from Little Bromley and neighbouring villages.

The Music

All the music events over the weekend are informal - come and go as you please. The music will be a varied selection of short pieces.

The Bells

The church bells will be rung on Saturday, before and after Evensong.


All donations will be given to the Churches Conservation Trust and for the upkeep of Lt Bromley Churchyard.

The Performers

Sam Piper is a member of the National Youth Choir and is currently preparing for a Cambridge choral scholarship.

Peter Bumstead studied music at Christ's College, Cambridge, and is one of England's leading pipe organ restorers. He will play both the historic Lt Bromley organ and a continuo organ built by himself.

Dorothy O'Grady and her brother Gregory Frostick were raised all the way over in Great Bromley, their late father Charles William Frostick being Little Bromley born and bred.

Saturday, 12 June 2004