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Don't let slapping on the sun screen prevent you from booking your Christmas ticket before they all sell out. On Thursday evening December 8th at 7.30pm in the Royal Albert Hall, John Rutter will conduct the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bach Choir is a symphonic Christmas event that will open the festive period with a celebration full of sparkle and Christmas cheer.
Excellent seats in the stalls at discounted prices means that the cost of the evening, including concert seat, driver's tip and coach from Wendover or Aylesbury (Jansel Square) is just £49. Booking forms are available from the table in the church entrance from this Sunday July 23rd and from the organiser, Pauline Noble (01296 484940). If you are interested, please obtain one and return it as soon as possible with your cheque as we shortly need to pay for the tickets. Pauline will be happy to answer any queries you may have.

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