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Supporting the Karibuni street children projects in Kenya, here is the final call for the Tea forTwo High Octane Concert at Stoke Mandeville Church this Saturday, 23rd April. From 2.30-4pm the talented acapella singing group, wil provide an afternoon of songs, tea and cake.

So bring your friends, family and neighbours to enjoy songs such as 'Singing in the Rain' and 'Climb Every Mountain', all accompanied by home made cakes, treats and cups of tea.

Tickets are just £7 (including tea and cake).

Contact pat@p3learning.co.uk for tickets or more information. Everybody welcome!

For the karibuni website, click here.

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