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- We raised £141.99 today! Thank you! (£113.59 b4 Gift Aid) You can also donate to @hands4Syr @ justgiving.com/N7-Yard-Sale?u… 2 weeks ago
- Yard sale today! 2-4pm, Trecastle Way N7 0EL. Hand in Hand for Syria. @Hands4Syr bit.ly/1aw8Udx 2 weeks ago
Tag Archives: Justin Butcher
Many thanks from the choir and committee of Vox Holloway for helping us support Hand in Hand for Syria at our sold-out Songs of Exile concert last night. We have already passed our £7,000 fundraising target, and will post again … Continue reading
We are excited to be approaching our fundraising concert for Hand in Hand for Syria. We are well on our way towards passing our £7,000 target. Please help support the people of Syria by coming along and enjoying a dynamic, … Continue reading
Justin Butcher’s book is the Thursday book in the Independent today. Read about the Jimmy Mizen Foundation here. For those of you with Amazon accounts, you can buy the book here.
We’re delighted to announce the 2012/13 season: Sunday, 2 December 2012 (date to be confirmed): A concert of English and British folk music Saturday, 22 December 2012: A day of caroling to spread cheer in local elderly care homes and … Continue reading
With thanks to Hannah Barton. Also, for printing purposes, here is the same flyer in PDF format.
Thank you to all in the audience and to all who took part and helped in our wonderful Easter Monday concert, ‘Lost and Found’. We don’t have the total amount raised yet, but it is looking very healthy indeed. Donations … Continue reading
Last night a group of us set up the stage and did some of our pre-concert clean up and arrangements. We look forward to welcoming our guests, choir and musicians to our concert tonight!
Better known and loved by us as the Vespers. Here is a 12 minute clip of the performance in April 2011. Filmed by: Huw Samuel and Luke Wenlock. Sound recording: David Erwood. With thanks to the University of Bedford and … Continue reading