The latest from the St Albans Gang Show

14:49 14 February 2014

Peter Errington

Peter Errington


An exclusive blog running throughout this year’s St Albans Gang and Scout Show

This was my first Gang Show ever and it was awesome, brilliant, fantastic.

The curtain went up and it was so bright, it was really loud.

I’ve worked really hard practising the songs every day for weeks and weeks.

I managed to do all my costume changes – with a bit of help, it’s the first time I have worn make-up….

I’m really, really tired but proud of how well I did last night. Not sure I will stay awake in school today.

I am so glad some of my friends were in the audience last night and they enjoyed it, I can’t wait for my family to see it tonight.

My old Cub leader said I was fantastic, I have really enjoyed being one of the Gang.

Peter, age 14


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