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Treble Clefs at DAF Trucks
Treble Clefs at DAF Trucks

Treble Clefs, the children's choir from Haddenham St Mary's CE School are having a busy time in the run-up to Christmas.

So far, under the guidance of music teacher Elizabeth Law, their guest appearances at various village locations and events have included live performances at:

  • The Tythe Barn at Christmas
  • The Christian Aid Coffee Morning at the Methodist Church
  • The Christmas Christmas Tree Festival in St Mary's Church

On Monday 10th December they performed at two locations:

At the new DAF Trucks headquarters in Haddenham as staff were preparing to start their day

And then at Abbeyfield (Stonehill House) to entertain the guests of the residential home in Churchway

There's still time to hear them sing — this Friday evening (14th December) at the village carol concert in the village hall which commences at 7.00pm.

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