And a song to march to

We are Remembering is a rousing song to help you on your way tomorrow. And there are lots more. The radical choir, Protest in Harmony, has compiled a song book to help the Gude Cause march in step through Edinburgh.  If you want to tune up first, Chris Booth says the choir will be pleased to see you at the practice at 10.30 at James Gillespies’ School, Lauderdale St. Edinburgh near Bruntsfield Links where the procession starts.

We’ll be glad to have anyone join us who wants to sing. Most of the words and music and recordings of the parts are available on the website: click here  Protest in Harmony songs and you can also download a copy of the songsheet to print out:

It would be great if people could come to this so as many of us as possible start off together. We will walk together to the start point and have stewards who will liaise with the marshals before we set off.

We’ll assemble at Bruntsfield links between 12-12.30 for a 1pm start. The singers are processing in the Present section which is in the middle of the procession- look out for the white /gold assembly point if you’re planning to join the group for the beginning of the Procession. The Protest in Harmony banner will be there so you can look out for that too.

Although we’ll be in “the present”, if you want to dress up, please do. Some of us in Protest in Harmony will be getting our suffragette – type outfits on.  Others are making sashes or wearing suffragette colours (Violet , White and Green)

More information on the Gude Cause website:

Hope to see you there!

Best wishes,

Chris Booth
(for Protest in Harmony)

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