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Sudbury choir concert raises more than £1,600 for Salvation Army

The Sudbury Sings Choir raised £1,600 for the local branch of the Salvation Army. (3358971)
The Sudbury Sings Choir raised £1,600 for the local branch of the Salvation Army. (3358971)

More than £1,600 has been collected for the benefit of the Sudbury branch of the Salvation Army, following a concert earlier this summer.

The Sudbury Sings Choir staged its annual charity performance in St Peter’s on Market Hill on Father’s Day.

The donations total from the event has now been tallied at £1,620, which will go towards the Salvation Army’s efforts to help vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the area.

It follows a number of previous fundraising concerts since the choir was formed back in 2013, which have, over the years, supported St Nicholas Hospice Care, Success After Stroke, Eden Rose Coppice, The Kernos Centre, DIPG Brain Cancer Research and Cancer Research UK.


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