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What the world needs now....

Sunday, 26 October, 2014 - Modified on Sunday, 26 October, 2014 at 10:23 pm

 

On Saturday 8th November Staffordshire singing group The Brewood Singers will join the congregation of the Church at Perton to pay tribute to those who served and fell in The Great War. The Poppy Appeal concert and remembrance service will begin at 7.30 pm.
 
“Whilst we will invite the congregation to join in with a medley of those inspiring songs the Tommies sang a hundred years ago” explains Musical Director David Brookes, “the programme will be one of quiet entertainment and reflection, befitting the occasion.  Such as ‘Amazing Grace’, ‘Perhaps Love’, ‘What The World Needs Now’ John Rutter’s ‘For The Beauty Of  The Earth’ and a setting of the 23rd Psalm” 
 
Members of the Royal British Legion will be in attendance and the service will include several readings, one by Gavin Williamson MP, who will read a litany for the Armed Forces.
 
Information is available from the Brewood Singers’ web site, www.brewoodsingers.co.uk and secretary Pat Mumford  01902 85037.
 
                                         
Footnote:
 
Brewood Singers’ Christmas season of concerts begins in early December and culminates in the carol concert in Brewood Parish church on Thursday 18th December.  These concerts will feature two carols composed by David Brookes specially for the Brewood Singers.
 
If you enjoy singing, and would like to join the Brewood Singers, whose membership ranges in age from early 20’s upwards, please contact the Secretary on 01902 850377, or Musical Director, David Brookes at singersbrewood@gmail.com.  They rehearse in the Jubilee Hall, Brewood each Thursday between 8.10pm and 10pm.
 
You can also find the Singers on Facebook 'Brewood Singers' and follow us on Twitter @BrewoodSingers.