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A concert of 'Happy Memories' will raise funds for the Alzheimer's Society




The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church.
The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church.

Rehearsals have been in full swing for a special concert to mark the 10th anniversary of the Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding.

The event, at the South Holland Centre this Saturday (October 13) at 7.30pm, has almost sold out - with just a handful of tickets left.

And the concert, entitled 'Happy Memories' will raise funds for the Alzheimer's Society.

Jo Baguley, from the orchestra, said: "We have been knocked sideways by the response from everyone.

"We are aware that the future booking of Jason Donovan coming to Spalding at the centre early next year is already a sell-out, so to have already nearly sold out ourselves - we really appreciate people coming.

"We are very humbled to think we have amassed such a loyal following over the years."

If you would like one of the few remaining tickets, they can be purchased from the South Holland Centre Box Office on 01775 764777, in person or via www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

Tickets cost £10.

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The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church. The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church. The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church. The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church. The Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church. Musical director Zeph Churchill leads the group in rehearsals at the Broad Street Methodist Church in Spalding.


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