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One 2 Three Friday 28.6.24 MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.

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MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.
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Patrick Sherring

 

Re-enactors Chris Rew & Rebecca Reynolds joined us in character as Noel Buxton MP and Lucy Buxton to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Paycockes House in Coggershall being gifted to the National Trust. Over the weekend they will be joined by twelve other re-enactors playing friends of the Buxtons. They will all be delighted to engage in conversations set in 1924 around their lives to help you be immersed in the world of the Buxtons. Visitors are encouraged to come to the garden party dressed in 1920s style if they wish. There will be afternoon tea, gramophone music, an accordion player, dancing, sing-alongs, croquet, cocktails, speeches and the official handing over of the keys.  Entry to the event, gardens, tearoom and shop are free for everyone. Entry to the house is free for NT members, £9.50 per adult, £4.75 per child. family £23, one adult plus two children £14.25

The event  commemorating the handover is on  Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th at Paycockes House, 25 West Street Coggershall CO6 1NS  01376561305

More information can be found at

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/essex-bedfordshire-hertfordshire/paycockes-house-and-garden

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am  edition – Grammy awards  Album of the year and Best pop album.

John Foreman – I propose a toast – one of the tracks chosen by last week’s guests Ian and Evie from the Brentwood schools Christian worker trust. https://www.bscwt.org

Abe Lyman’s California Orchestra – Varsity drag – 1920s recording. From the musical – Good news. 

Sam Levine – Charleston – 1920s recording. Song composed to go with the dance. From the musical comedy – Running wild.

Jelly Roll Morton & his Red Hot Peppers – Black Bottom Stomp – 1920s recording.

Birthdays competition

Jason Mraz – I’m yours – 2008 UK no 16, USA no 6, No 1 in 5 countries. Nominated for Grammy Song of the year, Winner of Grammy best vocal performance. Over 6 billion views on Spotify. Jason celebrated his 47th birthday on Sunday.

Duran Duran – A view to a kill – 1985 theme from the 14th James Bond film. USA no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 8 more countries.  Bass guitarist for the band John Taylor is 64 years old.

Fleetwood Mac – Dreams – from the 1977 album – Rumours. No 9 in 2021 list Rolling Stone 500Greatest albums of all time. Over 40 million sales world wide. No 31 in UK album chart this week with 1051 weeks on the chart. Drummer and co-founder of the band Mick Fleetwood celebrated his 77th birthday on Monday.

Thanks to everyone who took part. The winner with points was

Patrick requested Savage Garden – Truly, madly, deeply – 1997 No 1 USA, Australia, Canada. UK no 4, Top 10 in 16 more countries.

Nathaniel Bowden – I don’t know – recent release.

Ed Cosens – Stay with me – from the recently released album – Somewhere between dark and light.

Chart this week in 1970.

No 1 Mungo Jerry – In the summertime – UK no 1 for 7 weeks. USA no 3. Global sales of over 30 million 45 rpm singles.

No 5 Beach Boys – Cottonfields – No 1 in Australia, Austria, Norway. UK no 2. Top 10 in 5 more countries. Song first recorded by Lead Belly in 1940.

No 13 Marvin Gaye – Abraham, Martin and John. UK no 9. USA hit version by Dion. 

Rae Khalil – Is it worth it?

Dudley Moore Trio – My Blue heaven.

Madness – Hour of need – from the 2023 UK no 1 album – Theatre of the absurd presents. 

 

Next week my studio guests will be Ann Coleman and others talking about the Doddinghurst Stonley Festival

They will be in Tudor costume in the studio.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 28.6.24 MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

Re-enactors Chris Rew & Rebecca Reynolds joined us in character as Noel Buxton MP and Lucy Buxton to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Paycockes House in Coggershall being gifted to the National Trust. Over the weekend they will be joined by twelve other re-enactors playing friends of the Buxtons. They will all be delighted to engage in conversations set in 1924 around their lives to help you be immersed in the world of the Buxtons. Visitors are encouraged to come to the garden party dressed in 1920s style if they wish. There will be afternoon tea, gramophone music, an accordion player, dancing, sing-alongs, croquet, cocktails, speeches and the official handing over of the keys.  Entry to the event, gardens, tearoom and shop are free for everyone. Entry to the house is free for NT members, £9.50 per adult, £4.75 per child. family £23, one adult plus two children £14.25

The event  commemorating the handover is on  Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th at Paycockes House, 25 West Street Coggershall CO6 1NS  01376561305

More information can be found at

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/essex-bedfordshire-hertfordshire/paycockes-house-and-garden

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am  edition – Grammy awards  Album of the year and Best pop album.

John Foreman – I propose a toast – one of the tracks chosen by last week’s guests Ian and Evie from the Brentwood schools Christian worker trust. https://www.bscwt.org

Abe Lyman’s California Orchestra – Varsity drag – 1920s recording. From the musical – Good news. 

Sam Levine – Charleston – 1920s recording. Song composed to go with the dance. From the musical comedy – Running wild.

Jelly Roll Morton & his Red Hot Peppers – Black Bottom Stomp – 1920s recording.

Birthdays competition

Jason Mraz – I’m yours – 2008 UK no 16, USA no 6, No 1 in 5 countries. Nominated for Grammy Song of the year, Winner of Grammy best vocal performance. Over 6 billion views on Spotify. Jason celebrated his 47th birthday on Sunday.

Duran Duran – A view to a kill – 1985 theme from the 14th James Bond film. USA no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 8 more countries.  Bass guitarist for the band John Taylor is 64 years old.

Fleetwood Mac – Dreams – from the 1977 album – Rumours. No 9 in 2021 list Rolling Stone 500Greatest albums of all time. Over 40 million sales world wide. No 31 in UK album chart this week with 1051 weeks on the chart. Drummer and co-founder of the band Mick Fleetwood celebrated his 77th birthday on Monday.

Thanks to everyone who took part. The winner with points was

Patrick requested Savage Garden – Truly, madly, deeply – 1997 No 1 USA, Australia, Canada. UK no 4, Top 10 in 16 more countries.

Nathaniel Bowden – I don’t know – recent release.

Ed Cosens – Stay with me – from the recently released album – Somewhere between dark and light.

Chart this week in 1970.

No 1 Mungo Jerry – In the summertime – UK no 1 for 7 weeks. USA no 3. Global sales of over 30 million 45 rpm singles.

No 5 Beach Boys – Cottonfields – No 1 in Australia, Austria, Norway. UK no 2. Top 10 in 5 more countries. Song first recorded by Lead Belly in 1940.

No 13 Marvin Gaye – Abraham, Martin and John. UK no 9. USA hit version by Dion. 

Rae Khalil – Is it worth it?

Dudley Moore Trio – My Blue heaven.

Madness – Hour of need – from the 2023 UK no 1 album – Theatre of the absurd presents. 

 

Next week my studio guests will be Ann Coleman and others talking about the Doddinghurst Stonley Festival

They will be in Tudor costume in the studio.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 28.6.24 MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

Re-enactors Chris Rew & Rebecca Reynolds joined us in character as Noel Buxton MP and Lucy Buxton to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Paycockes House in Coggershall being gifted to the National Trust. Over the weekend they will be joined by twelve other re-enactors playing friends of the Buxtons. They will all be delighted to engage in conversations set in 1924 around their lives to help you be immersed in the world of the Buxtons. Visitors are encouraged to come to the garden party dressed in 1920s style if they wish. There will be afternoon tea, gramophone music, an accordion player, dancing, sing-alongs, croquet, cocktails, speeches and the official handing over of the keys.  Entry to the event, gardens, tearoom and shop are free for everyone. Entry to the house is free for NT members, £9.50 per adult, £4.75 per child. family £23, one adult plus two children £14.25

The event  commemorating the handover is on  Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th at Paycockes House, 25 West Street Coggershall CO6 1NS  01376561305

More information can be found at

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/essex-bedfordshire-hertfordshire/paycockes-house-and-garden

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am  edition – Grammy awards  Album of the year and Best pop album.

John Foreman – I propose a toast – one of the tracks chosen by last week’s guests Ian and Evie from the Brentwood schools Christian worker trust. https://www.bscwt.org

Abe Lyman’s California Orchestra – Varsity drag – 1920s recording. From the musical – Good news. 

Sam Levine – Charleston – 1920s recording. Song composed to go with the dance. From the musical comedy – Running wild.

Jelly Roll Morton & his Red Hot Peppers – Black Bottom Stomp – 1920s recording.

Birthdays competition

Jason Mraz – I’m yours – 2008 UK no 16, USA no 6, No 1 in 5 countries. Nominated for Grammy Song of the year, Winner of Grammy best vocal performance. Over 6 billion views on Spotify. Jason celebrated his 47th birthday on Sunday.

Duran Duran – A view to a kill – 1985 theme from the 14th James Bond film. USA no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 8 more countries.  Bass guitarist for the band John Taylor is 64 years old.

Fleetwood Mac – Dreams – from the 1977 album – Rumours. No 9 in 2021 list Rolling Stone 500Greatest albums of all time. Over 40 million sales world wide. No 31 in UK album chart this week with 1051 weeks on the chart. Drummer and co-founder of the band Mick Fleetwood celebrated his 77th birthday on Monday.

Thanks to everyone who took part. The winner with points was

Patrick requested Savage Garden – Truly, madly, deeply – 1997 No 1 USA, Australia, Canada. UK no 4, Top 10 in 16 more countries.

Nathaniel Bowden – I don’t know – recent release.

Ed Cosens – Stay with me – from the recently released album – Somewhere between dark and light.

Chart this week in 1970.

No 1 Mungo Jerry – In the summertime – UK no 1 for 7 weeks. USA no 3. Global sales of over 30 million 45 rpm singles.

No 5 Beach Boys – Cottonfields – No 1 in Australia, Austria, Norway. UK no 2. Top 10 in 5 more countries. Song first recorded by Lead Belly in 1940.

No 13 Marvin Gaye – Abraham, Martin and John. UK no 9. USA hit version by Dion. 

Rae Khalil – Is it worth it?

Dudley Moore Trio – My Blue heaven.

Madness – Hour of need – from the 2023 UK no 1 album – Theatre of the absurd presents. 

 

Next week my studio guests will be Ann Coleman and others talking about the Doddinghurst Stonley Festival

They will be in Tudor costume in the studio.

 

 

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One 2 Three Friday 28.6.24 MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
MP Noel Buxton & Lucy Buxton owners of Paycockes House Coggershall in 1924.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

 

Re-enactors Chris Rew & Rebecca Reynolds joined us in character as Noel Buxton MP and Lucy Buxton to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Paycockes House in Coggershall being gifted to the National Trust. Over the weekend they will be joined by twelve other re-enactors playing friends of the Buxtons. They will all be delighted to engage in conversations set in 1924 around their lives to help you be immersed in the world of the Buxtons. Visitors are encouraged to come to the garden party dressed in 1920s style if they wish. There will be afternoon tea, gramophone music, an accordion player, dancing, sing-alongs, croquet, cocktails, speeches and the official handing over of the keys.  Entry to the event, gardens, tearoom and shop are free for everyone. Entry to the house is free for NT members, £9.50 per adult, £4.75 per child. family £23, one adult plus two children £14.25

The event  commemorating the handover is on  Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th at Paycockes House, 25 West Street Coggershall CO6 1NS  01376561305

More information can be found at

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/essex-bedfordshire-hertfordshire/paycockes-house-and-garden

Playlist

Taylor Swift – Bigger than the whole sky – from the 2023 album – Midnight 3 am  edition – Grammy awards  Album of the year and Best pop album.

John Foreman – I propose a toast – one of the tracks chosen by last week’s guests Ian and Evie from the Brentwood schools Christian worker trust. https://www.bscwt.org

Abe Lyman’s California Orchestra – Varsity drag – 1920s recording. From the musical – Good news. 

Sam Levine – Charleston – 1920s recording. Song composed to go with the dance. From the musical comedy – Running wild.

Jelly Roll Morton & his Red Hot Peppers – Black Bottom Stomp – 1920s recording.

Birthdays competition

Jason Mraz – I’m yours – 2008 UK no 16, USA no 6, No 1 in 5 countries. Nominated for Grammy Song of the year, Winner of Grammy best vocal performance. Over 6 billion views on Spotify. Jason celebrated his 47th birthday on Sunday.

Duran Duran – A view to a kill – 1985 theme from the 14th James Bond film. USA no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 8 more countries.  Bass guitarist for the band John Taylor is 64 years old.

Fleetwood Mac – Dreams – from the 1977 album – Rumours. No 9 in 2021 list Rolling Stone 500Greatest albums of all time. Over 40 million sales world wide. No 31 in UK album chart this week with 1051 weeks on the chart. Drummer and co-founder of the band Mick Fleetwood celebrated his 77th birthday on Monday.

Thanks to everyone who took part. The winner with points was

Patrick requested Savage Garden – Truly, madly, deeply – 1997 No 1 USA, Australia, Canada. UK no 4, Top 10 in 16 more countries.

Nathaniel Bowden – I don’t know – recent release.

Ed Cosens – Stay with me – from the recently released album – Somewhere between dark and light.

Chart this week in 1970.

No 1 Mungo Jerry – In the summertime – UK no 1 for 7 weeks. USA no 3. Global sales of over 30 million 45 rpm singles.

No 5 Beach Boys – Cottonfields – No 1 in Australia, Austria, Norway. UK no 2. Top 10 in 5 more countries. Song first recorded by Lead Belly in 1940.

No 13 Marvin Gaye – Abraham, Martin and John. UK no 9. USA hit version by Dion. 

Rae Khalil – Is it worth it?

Dudley Moore Trio – My Blue heaven.

Madness – Hour of need – from the 2023 UK no 1 album – Theatre of the absurd presents. 

 

Next week my studio guests will be Ann Coleman and others talking about the Doddinghurst Stonley Festival

They will be in Tudor costume in the studio.

 

 

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