Coronavirus lockdown: Bayley Close Band in Rutland entertains street after Clap For Our Carers
A street in Rutland is alive with the sound of music after a retired English teacher formed a mini-orchestra to entertain the neighbours.
Ian Rolison, 64, of Bayley Close in Uppingham, dusted off his daughter’s clarinet and persuaded wife Kath to join him with her saxophone to pay tribute to the NHS front line workers after the weekly clap.
They also managed to rope in primary school headteacher Hannah Roddy and Oakham School student Magnus Robertson, both of whom play the saxophone, as well as former piano teacher Rosemary Holmes on keyboard.
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