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Wheathampstead pupils join in with mayor's annual Civic Service at St Albans Cathedral
The Mayor of St Albans celebrated life in the district during the annual Civic Service at the city’s cathedral on Sunday.
A procession was led by St Albans mayor, Annie Brewster, to the Abbey. She was joined by her mace-bearer, deputy mayor Councillor Brian Gibbard, councillors and honorary aldermen.
Councillor Brewster said: "Thank you to everyone who came to my Civic Service on Sunday. I am most grateful to everyone who gave so generously to the collection for The Living Room, my mayoral charity, which works to free people from addictions.
"The children from the four primary schools in my ward, Wheathampstead, gave an absolutely brilliant performance of the new composition by village composer Alexander L’Estrange, "Zadok Rules - Hallelujah!".
"To do this, they had impressively learned the names of all our kings and queens by rote."
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