The Big Summer Concert Sat 20th July

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Big Summer Concert 20th July 2019

The Big Summer Concert
Sat 20th July 2019
St Andrew's Church

Each year in July a concert of very varied music is given by local musicians, not only as an opportunity to play and sing, but also to raise money for charity.
A different charity is nominated each year, and this year the money raised will go to "MIND" — a mental health charity.

As always there will be a section for the very youngest musicians, and there will be some songs and popular classics from the village choir, the organist, the Benefice Singers and the St. Andrew's Strings.

No need to buy tickets, entrance and the programmes are free, but please bring some cash for the wine, raffle and retiring collection.

The concert will be approximately one hour in length, and will take place in St. Andrew's Church on Sat 20th July at 7pm.

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