St. Andrew's Concert

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St Andrews Music Evening

Joining the Flint Male Voice Choir in their concert on Saturday, 8th April, in St Andrew's Church, will be local Soprano soloist Debbie Hughes. Debbie is a member of Kelsborough Choir as well as St Nicholas Church Choir in St Helens.
She has sung in the church choir since the age of eight. She completed the RSCM Medal Scheme, and became the first adult in the North West to gain the prestigious Bishop's Award. Appearing as a guest soloist at various concerts across the North West, she is also regularly called upon the sing at weddings and funerals.

If you have not yet bought your tickets for this Saturday's concert, come along on the night, there will still be some seats available at £10 each. Please note that it is 7.00 p.m start.

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