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May Morning Madrigals

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Join the Witchert Chorale on Bank Holiday Monday morning, in Long Crendon and Cuddington, as they welcome in the month of May with madrigals sung from the church towers in both villages, followed by more singing inside the church — including opportunities for everyone to join in singing the old songs.

Coffee and breakfast will be served in both churches as well.

It's free and everyone if invited. Bring friends and family and weekend guests!

Timings:

8.30am — St Mary the Virgin, Long Crendon

9.30am — St Nicholas Church, Cuddington

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