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Choirs set to provide a magical evening of song

Two choirs are set to bring a magical evening of song at Wycliffe College Chapel on Saturday, October 29.

The Dursley Male Voice Choir and The Stuart Singers are coming together to perform a special charity concert as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations for The Cotswold Canals Trust.

This concert promises to be a true autumn celebration of the Cotswold Canals Trust's 50 years of restoring the canals in the district. The Wycliffe School Chapel is a stunning venue whose acoustics will demonstrate the choirs' abilities to best effect.

Tickets cost ¬£12 and are available online at  or from Saul Junction and Wallbridge Visitor Centre, Brimsombe and Stonehouse Charity Book & Music Shop and the CCT Office at Bell House.

Subject to avaliability, tickets may be available on the door but to avoid disappointment, they are better purchased in advance.

Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.30pm start, there will be an interval break.

There is no parking on site, however plenty of parking is available in Stonehouse car park, a six-minute walk from the Chapel.

Tickets are in aid of The Cotswold Canals Trust. It is set to be a truly magnificent evening not to be missed.

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