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Churches Together in Haddenham are presenting a concert of music and song from the British Isles featuring the Oxford Welsh Male Voice Choir and Thame Choral Society, both directed by Helen Swift.

This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy some exceptionally talented vocal performances.

The concert is at St Mary's Parish Church, Haddenham on Saturday, 16th June 2018, starting at 7.30 pm and the proceeds go to Christian Aid.

Tickets are £10.00 in advance from Tickety Brew, Banks Parade, the Church Office at St Mary's Centre, Station Road or from members of the four churches in Haddenham.

Any remaining tickets will be available at the door at £12.00 with under 16s free.

Interval refreshments will be available.

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