Charity Autumn Concert in aid of Warnham Church

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A charity concert featuring Farlingtonic Choir will be held on Saturday 12th October at 7.30pm at St Margaret’s Church, Warnham, West Sussex in aid of the church clock’s restoration fund.

Farlingtonic Choir is a 50-strong group made up of Farlington School’s parents, staff and friends. During the evening Farlingtonic will perform a wide range of music from Albinoni’s Adagio to Zadock the Priest to ‘Cocktails with Cole!’ and a host of other music. The evening will feature Alex Thomas on violin, Katriina Boose on recorder and Hugh Crook on organ as well as singers, dancers and chamber musicians from Farlington School.

Farlingtonic’s Director, Jane Thomas, says “This will be a wonderful evening of music in a beautiful church. We are very pleased to be able to contribute to the restoration of the St Margaret’s church clock. We are dedicating the evening to John Cherriman, a well-loved member of Farlingtonic, who died in the summer , who is much missed in the basses!”

All are welcome to the concert. There will be refreshments and a collection at the end of the evening.

Background for Editors:

Farlington educates for confidence; the girls are happy, successful individuals. It is an outstanding independent girls’ day and boarding school located just outside Horsham, on the West Sussex/Surrey border, 20 minutes from Gatwick. Farlington provides an excellent all-round education for up to 400 girls aged 3-18 with a co-educational Nursery.

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