On Friday and Saturday, November 27 and 28, the annual children’s concert was held in the Council School. There was a very good audience each night. Among those present were notices the Rev. W. J. Harkness (Vicar), Rev. H. R. Jecks (Northampton), Mr. and Mrs. Markham (Hanslope), Mrs. and Miss Fawkes, Mrs. and Miss Whiting. Mr. H. Wallach. The programme was as follows: - piano duet, Albanian dance, W. Manning and F. Osborne; opening speech, N. Sprittles and A. Bavington; mirror song and drill, Infants; recitation, “My new Parasol,” U. Coey, nightgown drill and song, Infants; song “Good Night,” Infants; morris dance, Infants; mandoline and piano duet, M. Bavington and C. Baugh; stump speech; J. Luing; dumb-bell drill, Boys; song from “H.M.S. Pinafore,” “Buttercup,” O. Middleton; recitation, “Brother Willie’s Pocket,” G. Olney; song “The Pinafore,” Girls; song “The tall top hat,” Boys; musical sketch, “Mrs. Mulligatawny’s Spring Cleaning,” Boy and Girls; Kazoo song, Boys and Girls. Mr and Mrs. Middleton and Miss Gregory deserve great praise for the way in which they trained the children. F. Osborne, W. Manning, and Olive Middleton performed their parts remarkably well. J. Luing caused roars of laughter by the quaint way in which he delivered his speech. The song, “The tall top hat,” and the Kazoo song, were very amusing, both being encored. The recitation, “Brother Willie’s Pocket,” by Grace Olney, was very good. The singing of the national Anthem brought the concert to a close.