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Next Saturday, 16th September, as part of the Harvest Festival celebrations, we shall welcome to St Andrew's Church, the "Silver Singers" choir.

The membership of this recently formed choir is for anyone who loves to sing and is over 50 years of age. There are no auditions, and because everyone cannot read music, they just learn from the lyrics and by ear. Made up of four sections, who meet and rehearse in their respective venues in Tarvin, Handbridge, Blacon and Hoole, they come together for performances, under the baton of their conductor Michael Reynolds. Their repertoire is the choice of the members, and consists of well known pieces of popular music. They will be joined by the jazz trio "The Three Mojitos"

Do come along and support this exciting new venture. Tickets are £5 (available at the door), in aid of St Andrew's Church Funds, and the concert starts at 7.00 p.m.

If you are inspired to join this fun and sociable choir, contact or telephone 07786323946

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