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Musica concert for SFCS

September 10, 2019

SFCS is delighted to announce that Musica, the charity choir of Milton Keynes, will be performing a concert to raise funds for St. Francis’ Children’s Society this autumn.

Musica is a Milton Keynes choir that takes great pride and joy in performing at a high standard to raise money for worthy causes. The choir performs a mixed programme, singing very varied music so there’s something for everyone. Choir items are interspersed with solo, duet or quartet performances from their singers and they always feature their very talented accompanist.

Musica’s programme for our concert is entitled An Evening of Stage and Silver Screen Music, so you can look forward to a glittering evening with some well-known music!

The concert will take place at 7.30pm on Saturday 19th October at St Peter and St Paul’s Church in Newport Pagnell. We are incredibly grateful to the church, who are providing the performance space to the choir free of charge.

Happily, the concert takes place during National Adoption Week, when SFCS will be working particularly hard to raise their profile and highlight the need for more adopters in our area.

Profits from this event will help to fund the services that St. Francis’ Children’s Society provides to our adopters and their children. We are proud to be there for our adoptive families for life, and our support services are available to anyone who has adopted through us – whether recently or years ago. Our support services are reliant on voluntary funding, so we couldn’t do this without the help of our valued supporters.

Tickets for this concert are £10 each, which includes refreshments. For more information or to purchase tickets, call us on 01908 572700 or email us at fundraising@sfcs.org.uk.  You can also find details in the event listing on our Facebook page.

We hope to see you in October for what promises to be a fantastic event!

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