By Haddenham Webteam - 29th March 2016 4:30pm
Come and Sing, for Cancer Research UK.
At St Mary's Church, Haddenham on Saturday 16th April.
Purcell's 'Come ye Sons of Art' & anthems by Elgar.
Conducted by Ian Westley with Colin Spinks, Organ; Sheilagh Armitt, Soprano; Jeremy Rowe, Countertenor; and Tom Brockington, Bass.
£10 (free for under 16s).
2pm onwards — music issue.
3pm — 5pm rehearsal.
Free admission for audience with retiring collection.
The registration sheet can be downloaded by clicking on the PDF icon below the image on this page.
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