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Malmesbury Long Players get a little help from their friends for new album cover

MALMESBURY Long Players will hold their latest concert next weekend, a medley of Beatles hits inspired by the band’s most iconic album.

The music loving group haven’t just learnt the tracks on their chosen album, as is tradition they’ve recreated the famous album artwork thanks to help from the people of Malmesbury.

The artwork features current residents and famous faces from Malmesbury’s history including King Athelstan, Eilmer the flying monk, a tiger in reference to Hannah Twynnoy and Thomas Hobbes.

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Also hidden in the crowd is Mick Fleetwood, whose image came from a photo at the Smoking Dog.

Dave Sturdy, who set up the Long Players five years ago, put the album cover together.

He said: “Thanks so much to everybody wo has contributed.

"They’ve really studied the looks and that adds to its success, if you squint it looks like you can’t tell them apart!”

The concert will be on November 18 at the Town Hall.

A child friendly matinee performance at 4pm with a livelier concert beginning at 8pm.

Tickets from A4 Stationers and more details on the Long Players Facebook page.

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TRAFFIC: Updates on the region's roads this morning

THE roads are running smoothly so far this morning ahead of the rush hour. Temporary traffic lights are causing minor delays particularly in the Thornbury and Yate areas, although there are also roadworks in Cirencester, Malmesbury, Horsley and Wotton-under-Edge.


WEATHER: November 14

FEELING less cloudy than yesterday, today will be generally cloudy with the possibility of some showers. Cloud cover may give way briefly at times this afternoon for some sunny spells, although these will be fleeting.





Humidity: 84%
Wind: NW at 6.44 km/h
Tuesday 8°C / 14°C Rain
Wednesday 8°C / 15°C Showers
Thursday 5°C / 21°C Sunny
Friday 8°C / 25°C Sunny

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