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NEXT CONCERT

Spring Concert

7.30pm SATURDAY 24th March 2018
St. John the Baptist Church, Church Hill, Knutsford, WA16 6DH

  • Ticket prices: Adult £12, Concession £10, Student £5,
    (Includes glass of wine/soft drink)

  • You can buy tickets using Paypal or Debit/Credit card*

    Spring Concert Tickets
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  • You can CONTACT our secretary

  • You can buy tickets from choir members, or from Knutsford Heritage Centre,
    or by calling 01565 650641, or on the door on the night of the performance.

MAKE A DONATION

Tatton Singers would be delighted to receive a donation. Donations will be used to enhance the musical experiences provided to the local community.

ADVERTISE ONLINE OR IN OUR PROGRAMME

Adverts will appear in our programmes for the full year (4 programmes).
1/4 page £30 pa; 1/2page £50 pa; full page £100 pa.
The rates are:- ¼ page £30; ½ page £50; full page £100 - the advertisements appear in every programme during the season. We give four concerts per season.
Advertising on our website will cost £100 pa

For further information or to book a space.... Please CONTACT our secretary

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