March Brass 2000 to perform Christmas concert in St Wendreda’s Church

PUBLISHED: 11:07 07 December 2017

March Brass 2000 to perform Christmas concert in St Wendreda�s Church

March Brass 2000 to perform Christmas concert in St Wendreda�s Church


March Brass 2000 will perform a Christmas concert in St Wendreda’s Church on Saturday December 16.

There will be a raffle with Christmas food and drink prizes as well as a Christmas gift stall featuring a range of homemade food gifts.

Tickets cost £8 in advance and are available from March Christian

Bookshop in Station Road. They will also be available on the door for £9.

They will include mince pies and mulled wine (or mulled apple juice, tea or coffee) served during the interval.

All profits will go towards maintaining the church.

The concert will start at 7pm.

St Wendreda’s Church dates from the 13th Century and is famous for its roof which is decorated with over 100 carved angels.

It’s a great place to listen to music and the church will be partially candle-lit for the occasion.

March Brass 2000 last performed at the church three years ago.

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