Concerts are back at church

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AN ARRAY of lunchtime concerts will be returning to a church to help fund its refurbishment.

Holy Trinity Church in West Street, Fareham is playing host to concerts as part of their community initiatives.

Holy Trinity’s free lunchtime concerts have been enjoyed by locals for many years.

Concerts will be held on the last Tuesday of each month from April to November, each running from 12.30pm to 1.15pm.

The first concert will be held on April 26, when the Zephyr Wind Ensemble will perform music for wind instruments.

After each concert, there will be a collection for Holy Trinity’s church refurbishment fund, to improve its facilities for use by community groups.