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Next Friday, 8th July, gives you the opportunity to witness the local talent of St Andrew's Church Choir and Tarvin Youth Choir, when they present their annual summer concert in the church, starting at 7.00 p.m.

Led by our own Musical Director, Michael Reynolds, you can expect an eclectic programme of popular music, from Disney to The Beatles, together with some surprises.

The choirs will also be complimented by local soloists, in what we are sure will be an enjoyable and entertaining evening.

So forget about the tennis, the football, and the chaotic political scene, and have an evening supporting everyone who give so much of their time to bring music to St Andrew's and to Tarvin.

No tickets required, refreshments available, and all donations will provide much needed funds for both the Organ Fund, and the Church Building fund..

Please note the earlier than usual start of 7.00 p.m.

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