Silver Sunday come and sing event

7th August 2018, 9:17pm | By Karen |

As part of the Salisbury’s Silver Sunday programme of events, Celebrating Age will be singing with local choir leader, Sarah Collins.

After learning the songs with Sarah, we’ll be joined by some of the children from St Martin’s Primary School for tea and cake and round the afternoon off by all singing together.

Celebrating Age is an Arts Council and Salisbury Area Board funded project facilitating events for older people.

See here for more information about the project and this upcoming event.

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