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British Light Music at The British Home

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Poster for 26th Feb 2017

British Light Music at
The British Home

The Mark Fitz-Gerald Orchestra is holding a
fundraising concert in aid of The British Home.

Piano soloist Stephen Dickinson.

3.00 pm - Sunday 26th February 2017

Concert Hall, The British Home, Crown Lane, SW16 3JB

Tickets: £7.00 and Concessions £5.00 to include tea and coffee.
Tickets are limited please call the Home on 0208 670 8261 to
purchase your tickets or visit the website at www.britishhome.org.uk

The British Home is an independent charity that cares for people with disabilities and long
term medical conditions. Charity Number 206222

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