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Stamford Singer's last night of the proms concert at Barn Hill Methodist Church raises £2,000 for the Evergreen Care Trust, Barn Hill Youth Outreach and the Rotary Club of Stamford Burghley




Four charities have benefited from a last night of the proms-style concert that raised about £2,000.

The Stamford Singers performed the concert at Barn Hill Methodist Church in June and the Evergreen Care Trust, Barn Hill Youth Outreach, Cricket Society Trust and the Rotary Club of Stamford Burghley received their cheques last Wednesday (September 25).

Lesley Kirby, the administrator of the Stamford Singers, said: "We had a really good turnout at the concert and raised just over £2,000."

The Reverend Andy Fyall fromBarn Hill Youth Outreach, Julie Mair of the Evergreen Care Trust and Geoff Hastings of the Cricket Society Trust with Lesley Kirby and Bob Iveson, president of Stamford Burghley Rotary. Photo: Alan Walters
The Reverend Andy Fyall fromBarn Hill Youth Outreach, Julie Mair of the Evergreen Care Trust and Geoff Hastings of the Cricket Society Trust with Lesley Kirby and Bob Iveson, president of Stamford Burghley Rotary. Photo: Alan Walters

Our photo by Alan Walters shows the Reverend Andy Fyall from the Barn Hill Youth Outreach, Julie Mair of the Evergreen Care Trust and Geoff Hastings of the Cricket Society Trust with Lesley Kirby and Bob Iveson, president of Stamford Burghley Rotary.



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