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The Police come to the Aid of St Bart’s and St Mary’s
There will be much singing and some audience participation when the Kent Police Male Voice Choir comes to St Bartholomew’s Church on 21st December to help raise funds for major building projects both there and at their sister church, St Marys, Reculver. The programme promises a variety of musical favourites including some seasonal choices to get us all in the festive spirit before Christmas.
The choir was formed in 1978 and is a registered charity in England and Wales. It performs around twelve concerts a year, singing at fund raising charity events around the County of Kent.
During its existence, the choir has appeared in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium as well as in the UK. It has appeared on national television in the UK and Canada and has helped numerous local charities to raise significant amounts of money.
The choir is open to serving and retired police officers, civilian staff, those with links to the service and also members of the community. It is an ambassador for Kent Police and is supported by them, although it is self-financing.
Tickets, which cost £10 or £7 for concessions, can be bought by contacting Judy Challis on 07811 604120 or June Conabeer on 01227 367385. More local Kent news at the Kent newsdesk.
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