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Coffee Break Concerts - Next series will be in October 2017

Tuesday 20th June, 2017 @ 2:09 pm

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We have just finished another very successful series of Saturday morning concerts.

The next series will be in October 2017

Saturday 7th October 11am: Stephen Cooper, baritone

Saturday 14 th October 11am: Frans van Schoonhoven, violin & Chiahu Lee, piano:

Saturday 21 st October 11am: The Choir of St Peter’s Church with saraBande

Saturday 28 th October 11am: Adrian Lord, piano

All concerts start at 11am and last for one hour

Coffee and biscuits are served from 10.15am

Admission is by donation

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