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Brass trio play after Clap for Carers

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Brass trio play after Clap for Carers

Brass trio play after Clap for Carers

A young brass band trio played for locals in the Derbyshire village of Repton after Clap for Carers at 8pm on Thursday.

Report by Jonesia.

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