CONCERT IN ST ANDREW'S.

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Ash-worth Time Bank are hosting a Concert in St Andrew's Church, Tarvin on Saturday 10th October at 7.00 p.m.

It will include performances by Internationally renowned Harpist, Dylan Cernyw, supported by pianist Steven Lucas and "Ashton Folk"

Tickets at £10 (inclusive of wine/soft drink & nibbles) can be obtained on the door, or by ringing 01829 751398.

DYLAN CERNYW has performed click to hear a short example all over the world as a concert harpist, and has a repertoire ranging from classical to traditional, easy listening to rag and jazz.

He has performed many times on live TV programmes, as well as pre-recorded television programmes, such as "Songs of Praise" for the BBC,and with Bryn Terfel for Welsh TV Also he has appeared at both the National Welsh Eisteddfod and the Urdd Eisteddfod.

As he has performed at The Royal Albert Hall, London, The Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto, Canada, and The Alberts Hall in Sterling, it will be a great privilege to welcome him to Tarvin

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