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...Both Val and I would like to thank you and your team so much for a wonderful production at Romsey Abbey. It was a joy both to sing in and watch. Indeed Vals brother who also attended was a chorister there and could not believe how so many could sing together so well and and generate such emotion.


Trevor

...I just wanted to say thank you to you for the experience of singing in your project The Light. I really enjoyed the rehearsals and performance at Romsey Abbey. I haven't sung for more than 20 years since I was at school & I had forgotten how enjoyable it is & what a boost it gives you. I have walking difficulties & fatigue from MS and wasn't sure I could join a choir but I'm going to give it a go now...


Janet

...I enjoyed singing thank you for the amazing opportunity...

Abbie

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Festive Evening of Family Carol Singing at Isabel’s Restaurant!

Isabel’s Restaurant would love you to join us for an evening of Festive Carol Singing & Harp provided by Conical […]

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The First of our Ted-Style Fundraising Talks!

Thank you to musician Stephanie Liney (www.stephanieliney.co.uk) for her talk on Why You Should Love The Recorder. A fun, informal […]

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December 20, 2017

  • Carol Singing at Isabel's Restaurant

    December 20, 2017  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Isabels Restaurant, 48 Station Rd, Poole BH14 8UD, UK

    Come and help us fundraise with an evening of carol singing at Isabels Restaurant in Ashley Cross. All welcome, free mulled wine and mince pies provided! 

    Would you like to join us and sing? We'd love you to join our informal choir for the evening. Get in touch!

January 25, 2018

  • Fundraising "TED-Style" Talk & Showcase: Sam Hanson

    January 25, 2018  7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Poole, UK

    "The Joy Of Music Theory" - a short and engaging "TED-style" talk by Dorset pianist & organist Sam Hanson

    Join one of our most talented local pianists & organists as he gives insight into the world of music theory with hands-on demonstrations. Followed by a Q&A Session with the artist & free refreshments.

    The event is free, but pre-booking is essential due to limited space. To attend the event, register online here... 

February 10, 2018

  • Fundraising Social Event: "The Art Of Cheese & Wine Pairing"

    February 10, 2018  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    Poole, UK

    A fantastic opportunity to learn the art of cheese and wine pairing, hosted by Trevor & Val Newman.

    Tickets £30 per head, including Champagne on arrival, a number of quality French wines and cheeses accompanied by beautiful harp music.

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Join us on 20th December Isabel's Restaurant for some festive carol singing and help us raise some money to support our community work with The Light 2018...

From 6.30pm-8pm, Stephanie Liney will be accompanying well known Christmas Carols by a choir including singers from St. Peter's Church, Parkstone - if you'd like to join us and sing we'd love to have you along! Drop us a message and let us know :)

Or just pop in for complimentary mulled wine and mince pies. Look forward to seeing you there...

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This time last year we visited Caffè Nero in Romsey to see how Romsey Abbey were working to create a safe space in their community.

Discover a unique story with this short film...

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Thanks to Stephanie Georgina Liney for an engaging talk on Saturday... 😀🎶🎵

Why are we fundraising? The Light is going to Salisbury next year! More info: music.conicalsphere.com
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