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Aldeburgh Music Club Celebrates Handel


AlDEBURGH Music club choir’s spring concert, to be held at 7.30pm on Saturday 16th March at Snape Maltings concert Hall, will celebrate the glories of the ceremonial, sacred and orchestral music of The Amazing Mr Handel. The concert opens withzadok


the Priest, first performed at the coronation of George II and Handel’s setting of the words has been heard subsequently at all royal coronations. other works in the programme


include the choir and soloists combining in chandos Anthem No.7 My song shall be alway, and the soprano and tenor soloists singing a duet from chandos Anthem No.4 o Sing Unto the lord. The orchestral music is represented by the Suite in G


major, from The Water Music, and the concerto Grosso opus 6 No. 9 in F major. The coronation Anthems let thy Hand be Strengthened, The King Shall Rejoice and My Heart is Inditing complete the programme. Aldeburgh Music club choir


performs with Suffolk Baroque orchestra led by Alison Bury under the baton of Edmond Fivet, theclub’s Music Director. Soprano zoe Brookshaw, mezzo-soprano Polly leech, tenor christopher Bowen and baritone Kieran Rayner join them. Tickets priced £18, £22 and


£25 (students half price) are available from Snape Maltings Box office on 01728 687110 or via the choir’s website www. aldeburghmusic.club


Rotary Club of Saxmundham & District Rotary Christmas Collections help EARLY Minds


cHRISTMAS collections, by members of Saxmundham Rotary club, at leiston and Wickham Market co-op stores as well as Friday Street Farm Shop raised in excess of some £2000 for good causes. The chosen charity to benefit


by Sax Rotary club is EARlY Minds (Emotional Awareness and Resiliance learnt Young) which is associated with Suffolk MIND.


EARlY Minds helps primary school children (from Year 1 upwards) including their teachers, parents and carers, understand their emotional needs and improve their well being. The club would like to sincerely thank everyone who gave so generously to this worthy cause. Keir Wyatt - PR Secretary


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THE club made a donation of £250 to The Rose & Sweet William club on June 14th 2018. £250 was also given to The leiston Dementia Project on November 5th 2018. Their


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representatives were at the United Reform church Hall in leiston to receive cheques on those dates. on october 11th 2018 it


was the 3rd anniversary of the club and they held a party to celebrate it. A cheque was sent to donate


£250 to The Air Ambulance on that day too. once again the wonderful


club members were able to hand over these gifts from their generosity. They raise the money each


week from their desire to lose a little weight, while


enjoying each others company. When they have enough for a presentation, they choose a local charity to support and present them with the money they have saved through their selfless dedication to losing a few pounds. They do not promote strict diets, but rather, choose whatever works best for themselves. They share each other's tips


and favourite recipes and have a light approach to dieting, whilst still trying to achieve their objective of reducing their weight from the previous week. The club is run by chris


Burrows with the help of others. It is a non profit making organisation and the £3 fee each week goes towards the cost of the hall and other expenses. £10 is awarded for the person who has lost the most weight in


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