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There will be a memorial concert In Stratford-upon-Avon for former AMC member Brian Atkins, who passed away last July. It will be given by his friend and international concert pianist Philip Dyson, who gave a superb concert for us here in Aylesbury

The Concert is to be held at Stratford-upon-Avon Methodist Church on Saturday 25th May at 7 pm. It is on the weekend that would have been Brian's 80th birthday. All tickets are free, but any donations will go to the Buigiri School for the Blind in Dodoma, Tanzania that he worked with in his 15 years working for the Diocese of Central Tanganyika.

For the concert poster, click here.

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