Rebecca Catford: September 2018
Northallerton Woodwind and Stokesley Methodist Choir are joining in a concert to raise awareness and funds for the work of the Halo Project. The Halo Project supports women and girls at risk of abuse. You can visit their website to find out more.
The concert will take place:
Friday 28 September 7pm
at Stokesley Methodist Church
Tickets cost £7
and are available from the Hub, Hutton Rudby or on the door.
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