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Following last year's success, the Alfan Foundation are hosting another Youth Concert in our church on Saturday 9th November at 6.30pm.

Performing will be students from across Buckinghamshire, featuring the talented musicians from the local schools — including diploma level performers and a school's Jazz Band — as well as amazing guitarists and singers and some phenomenal young pupils currently attending The Purcell School of Music, and more. The funds raised will help support a new training centre we are establishing in Ghana, and also the shipment of resources to the schools, orphanages and hospitals we support.

Tickets are £10 adults, £7 seniors and £5 for children under 18. They can be obtained from the church office: email: office@aylesburymethodists.org.uk or Tel: 01296 426 526, or from Alfons Hanson: 07939 050 258, Anne Hanson: 07786 942 939 or on the door.

For the Alfan website, click here.

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