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Four encores as Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding thrills sell-out crowd at the South Holland Centre




Four encores were required to satisfy the sell-out crowd at the South Holland Centre in Spalding as the town's Ukulele Orchestra celebrated its tenth anniversary.

The capacity audience gave the orchestra outstanding support for the whole three hours, with enthusiastic singing, clapping and laughter.

And, with orchestra members covering the costs of hiring the venue and the services of the centre staff, all ticket sales and raffle proceeds went straight to the Alzheimer's Society, which is now an amazing £4,000 better off.

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Jo Baguley, of the orchestra, said: "The support of all those who helped put together this event has been immense. Everyone associated with the orchestra feels proud of this combined effort and very proud too of the local people who came to cheer them on. Well done, one and all!"



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