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Thame Choral Soc 02_Sept19

Thame Choral Society will be kicking off its new term on Wednesday 4th September at Haddenham Methodist Church, from 7.30pm.

The choir is offering this session free for new members and will be showcasing music from its Christmas performance (including traditional carols).

Singing is excellent for your physical and mental wellbeing, so go along and have a go!

Everyone is welcome and there is no audition to join.

For more information, get in touch with Ruth by email: Ruth.Harman@gmail.com

Or telephone 07968 209925

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