Musical hits at charity concert in Crookhorn

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SONGS from past and present musicals will be performed at a concert in aid of worthy causes over the bank holiday weekend.

The Church of The Good Shepherd, in Crookhorn Lane, Crookhorn, will hold the event next Saturday.

Four-part harmony choir Achoired Taste – which is made up of alto, tenor, bass and suprano singers – will take to the stage and perform a selection of musical hits.

The group of 120 men and women, which is based in Horndean, will be supported by The Auster Quartet, which mainly play the saxophone and the clarinet, flute and bassoon on occasions.

Proceeds go towards The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund, a charity which looks after the needs of Royal Marines and their families.

Refreshments will be served at the event, which will be held from 7.30pm to 9.45pm.

Raymond Hunt, a member of Achoired Taste, said: ‘I’m looking forward to the evening and I hope it will raise lots of money for an excellent cause.’

For tickets contact Mr Hunt on (023) 9226 2427.

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