Friday 5th and Saturday 6th December
curtains open 7.30pm
Sunday 7th December curtains
open for matinee 2.00pm
Meldreth Village Hall. Tickets from
Christmas around the world, Cantilena Singers Music for Advent and Christmas with an international flavour?Programme to include carols and other celebratory music suitable for Adventide and Christmas.
Daniel Spreadbury (director)
Refreshments available by donation £7, £5 ?Proceeds to the church
For tickets contact Sam Spreadbury 07967 197337
A Programme Of Popular And Well-Loved Songs and Songs For Christmas.
Tickets £8.00 (Includes A Glass Of Wine/Fruit Juice)
From George Howard (260686) or Colin Limming (260072)
or on The door on the evening
Start your Christmas with festive music familiar and new at Royston Choral Society’s Christmas Concert. Audience participation, mulled wine and mince pies make a successful recipe for getting everyone in festive mood!
The programme includes Mendelsshon’s Frohlocket, Smallman’s The Birds, and Bullard’s Angel Alleluiahs as well as familiar carols and seasonal songs
Tickets £12 (concessions £9, school students £1)
available from choir members and at the door.
And when you’ve sung along at our Christmas Concert, resolve to come along in the New Year to our free Open Rehearsal Tuesday 20th January 8.00pm at Royston Parish Church. You won’t be asked to sing on your own. Men especially welcome!
11am–5pm (closing on Sunday with a Service for Candlemas at 5pm)
All Saints’ Church will once again be holding a Flower Festival over the weekend of 31st January and 1st February next year. It is hard to believe that this will be our fifth bi-annual festival. The first festival was held in winter 2007 and the primary goal of the event is to create something special for everyone to enjoy, rather than to raise money – although over the years the event has raised money to help with the upkeep of All Saints’ Church and, in the first year, made a small contribution towards the cost of building the Community Hall.
Barley Town House
Tickets £17.50 including welcome drink, three course home cooked meal, music, reeling, haggis and more!
Buy tickets soon for this annual popular event! All proceeds to
Save the Children
Telephone Liz on 01763 838172 or email Lucie:
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For adults and young people aged 14+
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