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Hello Everyone,

We hope that everyone is keeping well, and that you haven’t completely forgotten about PCO. It’s been SOooo long since we were all together.

Below is a quote from the latest Making Music newsletter. It’s not great, but it’s hope. Be assured that as soon as there is any more news, we will pass it on to you.

​‘It may not be soon enough for some of you, and too soon for others, but for England, there is now a roadmap with ‘not before’ dates for the coming months. If all goes well, non-professional activity (as they call us) can resume (rehearsals and performances) from 17 May. In Scotland, the protection level system will return and for Wales and Northern Ireland announcements are expected in the next few weeks.’

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Hi Caroline,

It will be great to start up again. I have something on Wednesday night now relating to work. but the last one is early June and I will be back after that. if there is any change to that I will be there. It's strange but I haven't picked up my instrument for near to a year, so getting back will be great. Thanks for letting us know, and let's hope we shall be able to resume,

all the best


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Great to hear from you Dawn. I really miss PCO. I’ve been keeping my lessons going. My teacher is very very good, but online lessons are just not as productive.......for having her and the same room. I guess we should be grateful for the technology we have at our fingertips.

I‘m happy to have kept my playing going. I’m someone who needs a goal. My ‘homework’ gives me some structure.

I miss meeting up and having a natter at PCO. I miss both the music part, and the social part. I really can’t say when we’ll be able to meet again, but I hope it won’t be too long. Take care...........and get your fiddle out of its case and…

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