By Irene Pryce - 16th October 2019 6:06am
The Magical Musical Event in St James Church last Saturday, organised by ADAS, was enjoyed by an appreciative audience.
Audlem Voices sang some of our favourite songs as well some less well known modern items
The school children from Stapeley Broad Lane School entertained us with some harvest festival songs.
Prior to the interval the saxophonist Alistair MacKenzie performed three solo items which soon had the audience clapping in time with the rhythm!
For the finale the two choirs joined together to sing Leonard Cohen's well known song 'Hallelujah'
Proceeds from the Concert will be donated to the Church Restoration
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