Prague Guest Choir visits Tarvin

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On Saturday July 6th the Prague Lady Teachers choir will give a joint concert together with our local Kelsborrow choir in St. Andrews Church Tarvin from 6.30pm to 8.00pm with tickets costing just £5. The Lord Mayor of Chester will be in attendance and we would like to make this concert a success for our guest choir from the Czech Republic.
To round off the evening the concert will be followed by a hog roast at the Tarvin Community Centre with tickets costing £7.
The host for this visiting choir is the local Kelsborrow choir , based in Ashton with many members from Tarvin.This is a reciprocal visit, following Kelsborrow's trip in June last year, when they sang in joint concerts in Prague and district. The Prague choir are arriving on Wednesday evening for a three-day visit and are being hosted in Kelsborrow members homes. They and Kelsborrow are also giving a three-choir concert in Mold Church with the Llwynegrin Singers on Friday evening.

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