Number of records in editorial history: 3
senior member (history)
2016-12-04 11:29
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
On St. Stephen's Day bands of boys and girls go from house to house asking for money. They wear false faces and have a box on the end of a stick in which they stick feathers to make people think they have a wren. The say a rhythm which begins " The wren, the wren the king of all birds, St Stepthen's Day he was caught on the furze.... and make music. When night falls they go (the ) to a public house and spend the money.
senior member (history)
2016-12-04 11:28
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
On St. Stephen's Day bands of boys and girls go from house to house asking for money. They wear false faces and have a box on the end of a stick in which they stick feathers to make people think they have a wren. The say a rhythm which begins " The wren, the wren the king of all birds, St Stepthen's Day he was caught on the furze.... and make music. When night falls they go (the ) to a public house and spend the money.
senior member (history)
2016-12-04 11:24
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
On St. Stephen's Day bands of boys and girls go from house to house asking for money. They wear false faces and have a box on the end of a stick in which they stick feathers to make people think they have a wren. The say a rhythm which begins " The wren, the wren the king of all birds, St Stepthen's Day he was caught on the furze.... and make music. When night falls they go (the ) to a public house and spend the money.