Carolling couple entertain shoppers

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Main Street scaffolding for the on-going roof restorations proved a boon to Salvation Army band officers.

Every Saturday in December, Major Ben Russell and his wife Major Russell entertain shoppers and fundraise by playing popular carols and bringing the sound of Christmas to one of the Wee Toon’s busiest streets.

This year scaffolding for the Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme works has provided shelter, from the rain, but with some of the scaffolding due for removal on Monday it may be short lived respite.

Salvation Army Majors Ben and Ruth Russell outside Keiths last Saturday. 25_c50streetcarols01