Come and Sing the Birds - Mid Wessex Singers

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Come and Sing the Birds
Sat 5th Oct 2019
Mid Wessex Singers

Music by Mozart, Handel, Gibbons and Vaughan Williams
Directed by Graham Coatman

Village Hall, Long Sutton
Sat 5th Oct 2019
10am-4pm

£16 per person (£13 members and Full Time Students)
Includes music hire & refreshments, bring your own lunch.

Download and print a PDF version of the booking form
Do come and join us at Long Sutton Village Hall for a great day of singing with our Musical Director Graham Coatman.
For any further information please call 07929 803097 or e-mail info@midwessexsingers.co.uk.
To book please complete the attached booking form and return either by e-mail or post with payment as detailed on the form.

https://midwessexsingers.co.uk/

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