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We are holding an evening of 'Music, Song and Poetry' tonight at 7.30pm in the church of St John the Divine in Burwardsley, all of the proceeds from which will continue to support this architectural gem.

The Church is in need of your support — it is a Grade II listed building, has bats in the belfry and is such a wonderful feature of the Sandstone Ridge.

Tickets are available from Burwardsley Village Post Office and Tattenhall Post Office: price £5.00 which includes refreshments which will be served after the concert.

We so look forward to seeing you this evening

Tickets are also available from :
* Jeanne Parsons 01829 771227
* Pam Moyle 01829 771229
* Jean Dutton 01829 770379

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