Webteam: May 2019
There are several concerts across the Circuit this summer. See Wesley & Hoole's own websites for further details about their activities.
Concert at Bretton
By popular demand the fabulous group of musicians known as 'Got Rhythm & Friends' are returning to Bretton Church at 7pm on Saturday 22nd June to give one of their concerts!
Admission is free but donations will be welcomed. We do hope you are able to come!
Concerts at Hoole Methodist Church CH2 3JG
Building on the success of our Sunday afternoon Concert & Cake events, a series of monthly Charity Concerts is underway on the 3rd Sunday at 3pm. The concerts last around 50 minutes and are followed by refreshments.
Sunday 16th June : Waverton Singers
Sunday 21st July: Hamilton Street Choir Fellowship
Sunday 18th August: John & Angie Evans
Entry to the concerts is Free, however, we suggest a donation of £5 is made to the charity.
Summer Saturday Lunchtime Concerts at Wesley, St John Street, Chester CH1 1DA
Saturday June 22nd Chester Heritage Week Event
12.15pm Talk (free) History of Wesley Church and Organ
12.45pm Organ Recital by Philip Rushforth (Chester Cathedral)
Saturday July 6th 12.45pm Jeremy Heald (piano)
The Uniting Church in Garden Lane presents the St John's Community Choir (Penyffordd) in concert and performing songs from the shows, popular hits, gospel songs, and more ...
Wednesday 10th July 2019 7.15pm
Admission £5 to include Fairtrade coffee/tea and light refreshments
For further information contact: Alan Johnson on 07751 357060
The Church at the heart of the Garden Quarter supporting local charities
Concert at Saughall
Friday 30th August at 7.30pm with Hamilton Street Choir Fellowship
Tickets are £5 from Janet Warrington (01244 880488)
Proceeds in aid of Saughall Methodist Church & Hamilton Street Choir Fellowship
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