Doddington church puts on night of cabaret

13:55 20 February 2014

Cabaret, which was held to raise funds for the heating at St Mary

Cabaret, which was held to raise funds for the heating at St Mary's Church Doddington. Grove Singers and Mild Honey.

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A Fenland church put on a night of cabaret on Saturday.

St Mary’s Church, Doddington, welcomed Mild Honey, made up of Tom Harlock and his fiancee Aimee, for a Valentine’s Cabaret at March Town Hall.

The evening also featured the Grove Singers, a new choir put together by James Trundle.

The church is attempting to raise £35,000 to replace its heating system.

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