Posted: March 2017
Saturday 29th April at 7pm in the church is a date for your diary. Come and be amazed at the wealth of talent being shared by those involved with Aylesbury Methodist Church. Concert tickets are £5 (£4 for children and seniors, £15 for a family). They will be available from the church vestibule on Sunday mornings and from the church office on weekdays (T: 01296 426526 or E: email@example.com)
There will also be a free exhibition in Rooms 4 and 5 on Saturday 29th April from 11am to 6pm and on Sunday 30th April from 12noon to 3pm. The concert is a fundraising event, with proceeds for the improvement of our community coffee bar area.
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