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Charity concert to be held to raise money for Croxley Green church hall
5:00pm Sunday 8th June 2014 in News
A charity concert will be held to raise money to renovate a Croxley Green church hall.
Night Train will be performing at All Saints’ Church Hall, in The Green, on Saturday, June 14 at 7.30pm.
The band will be playing classic tunes ranging from the sixties to the present to raise money for improvements to the Church Hall.
Mark Turner, Night Train saxophone player, said: "The arrangement began with a chance meeting with parishioners in The Sportsman pub on the Green. We were looking for a place to play and have been adopted by the church.
"Gigs like this one are a chance to give something back for looking after us."
He added: "We'll be playing a variety of music from Route 66 to Smooth Operator. Expect to hear Street Life and some classic sixties Blue Note Jazz too. Listen out for well-known TV tunes like the theme from Parkinson and the theme from Starsky and Hutch."
Tickets cost £5 and can be obtained by ringing 01923 720856 or 01923 720319.
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