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Choir Christmas Break 2013

The choir completed its engagements for 2013 by singing Christmas music at Sainsbury’s Colne store on Monday 16th December. The choir have been given two weeks off from rehearsals (Dec 23rd and Dec 30th) and will re-commence their activities on Monday 6th January 2014.

ASDA and the 2013 Christmas Cracker

CRACKER PROGRAMME 2013 FINAL VERSION The choir completed two engagements on one memorable day, Saturday 14th December 2013. Read on for a review of the events of the day by Duncan Read, together with a photograph of the choir in action at ASDA

Presentation to Duncan Read

The Geoffrey Sutton Memorial Trophy for 2014 was presented to Duncan Read for his work in compiling the ‘Clarion’, the choir’s quarterly newsletter, and for his work in publicising the choir and in the field of new member recruitment. The presentation was made by the Choir’s Musical Director, 

Carols at Sainsbury’s Colne

The choir will sing well known carols and Christmas songs at Sainsburys Colne Supermarket on MONDAY 16TH DECEMBER at 7.15pm. All friends, supporters and anyone who happens to be in the area are welcome to join in.

Long Service Awards at Arion Annual Dinner

At the choir Annual Dinner, held on Saturday 23rd November at the Ace Centre, Nelson, four choir members were presented with long service momentos

Wilfred Byrne and James Tattersall were presented with engraved tankards recognising 40 years service, and Steve Clayton and Harry Procter were presented with framed certificates recognising 30 years service.

Festive Concert at Townley Hall

The Arion are singing Christmas music in the splendid surroundings of Towneley Hall. Guests will be greeted with a glass of mulled wine, and during the concert, guests will have the opportunity to join the choir in singing popular carols and other Christmas pieces. There will be a cash bar at the interval.

For further information and to book for this event, please contact the Towneley Hall Box office on 01282 477130

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