Posted: November 2019
This Saturday 9th November at 6:30pm in the church, there will be a youth concert for The Alfan Foundation. 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. Tickets are £5 children under 12, £7 For students / Senior citizens and £10 Adults.
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. Please contact Aylesbury Methodist Church for tickets: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Tel: 01296 426 526, or Alfons Hanson: 07939 050 258, Anne Hanson: 07786 942 939 or pay on the door.
Last year's concert was great entertainment and we look forward to more of the same on Saturday.
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