SASWE @ Boston (Lincs) SA 2nd Oct 2010

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  1. jrshimmon

    jrshimmon Member

    Boston Salvation Army
    presents
    Salvation Army Symphonic Wind Ensemble

    Saturday 2nd October 2010
    at

    Boston Salvation Army Hall
    High Street Boston Lincolnshire. PE21 8ST


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    TICKET INFORMATION

    Tickets cost just £5.00 each and you can get them in person or by post. There are a limited number of tickets which are available on a first come, first served basis.

    At Boston Salvation Army...

    You can get a ticket for the SASWE Festival of Music directly from Veronica Addis, Zoe Homes or Joyce Clark.

    By Post...

    Send a stamped and addressed envelope together with a cheque for the full amount payable to "Boston Salvation Army" to SASWE Festival of Music, 24 Curlew Way, Sleaford, Lincs, NG34 7UD.

    QUESTIONS
    If you have any questions or would like further information please email zoehomes@bostonsa.org.uk.

    On facebook? Tell us you're coming by joining the event page:
    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=113032385415534&ref=ts
     
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  3. cshimmon

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    Just to remind anyone who might be interested that this concert is this weekend! We do have tickets still available, feel free to contact myself as an alternative to those mentionned above! I'm also cshimmon on twitter.

    The Salvation Army Symphonic Wind Ensemble are the only band of it's kind in the uk territory of the Salvation Army. Why not come along and see how different we are from other bands you may have heard- also, we may appeal to those who enjoy the military style bands and really are quite different to any SA band you will ever have heard.

    This is a fundraising event, contributing towards the costs of the recent renovation of our building, which is now a lovely temperature, with very comfy seats and not a draughty smelly old church like it used to be!

    (also, anybody got some spare timps lingering unused in Lincolnshire? longshot, but anything's worth a try!)

    Hope to see you there!
     

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