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Silver Singers' Concert

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The new daytime 'Silver Singers Choir' for the over 50's appears to have captured your imagination.

A concert has been arranged at St Alban's Church on Sunday 17 February at 3pm to showcase to potential singers just what can be achieved.

You may have seen printed in the latest Parish News magazine that the preview concert is scheduled to take place in the Barbour Institute BUT this article is, in part, to clarify that the preview concert is to be held in the Church.

Tickets are £5 each and are available in advance from the Church or from the Post Office.

Thereafter, the first session of the new Tattenhall daytime Tattenhall Silver Singers Choir will be at 3pm on Monday 25th Feb in the Barbour.

We look forward to seeing you.

To view original article CLICK HERE.

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