Music to Celebrate Heroes

Music to Celebrate Heroes

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We are pleased to be sponsoring the 2017 Fire Fighter’s Charity concert at St. Peter’s by the Waterfront on Saturday 7th October. The theme this year is ‘Heroes’ and includes some great fun and foot tapping music on the programme.  The concert will raise funds for the Firefighter’s charity and the Ipswich Hospital Band.

Hugh Rowland, our criminal lawyer can be found amongst the band members playing his trombone.

Tickets are just £8 (£6 for concessions) and are available from www.stpetersbythewaterfront.com or phone 01473 225269 (answer machine) or email sally.hammond@suffolk.gov.uk.

 

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