Concert at Alton Abbey

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The next fundraising event by Friends of Alton Abbey (Reg Charity No 284876)

EASTER CONCERT "At the foot of the Cross" by VOX LUCIS who are a Cappella Group

This will be EARLY MUSIC and READINGS for LENT , including Tallis, Byrd, Victoria, Palestrina, Lotti and others

To be held in the church at Alton Abbey on Saturday, 1st April 2017 at 2pm

This will be a very special start to the Easter season, and not to be missed.

Tickets £7.50 each, to include tea and cake, are available from "Tickets", Friends of Alton Abbey,
Alton Abbey, Beech, Alton, GU34 4AP
Please make out cheques to Friends of Alton Abbey
and include a SAE, and a telephone number, or email address.
For more information — email: friendsofaltonabbey@gmail.com or ￿uro;￿ 01428 712938

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