Posted: January 2017
In our church on 18th February at 7.30pm, The Alfan Foundation are hosting a musical fundraising event, that will have a mixed group of highly talented young musicians, including violinists, pianists, guitarists and more to entertain you. Alfan are the J Team's chosen charity and support schoolchildren in Ghana. Tickets, (£7 adults, £4 children) are available from Viv Kemp (01296 399315 or email@example.com) or from Anne Hanson (01844 698034 or). There will be a 20 minute interval for refreshments. Come and enjoy seeing these talented musicians.
For more information, click here for the Alfan website or go to Facebook: Alfan Foundation Twitter: @alfanfannie Instagram: @alfanfoundation
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