ALAG Fundraising news!

     

    ALAG SPONSORED WALK            
     
    We are arranging a sponsored walk to take place on Sunday 17th September 2017.  Anyone interested in doing the walk or perhaps sponsoring someone else can pick up a form at the September ALAG
    meeting or request a copy by emailing info@alag.org.uk

    The walk will take place in the beautiful setting of Trent Park, Cockfosters.   It is mostly on footpaths and approximately 5 kilometres.
    We’ll meet at Cockfosters Station (Piccadilly Line) at 1pm for a 1.30 start and refreshments will be provided. 

    All funds raised will go towards supporting adults on the Asperger/autistic spectrum.

    We would like to thank Helen Pedder & Gill Scampton for their support of this event.

    Pedder & Scampton ARCHITECTS
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    ALAG joins forces with Brandenburg Choral Festival of London to invite you to a fundraising event: A Choral Celebration

    (50% of ticket sales will go to the work of ALAG,
    supporting people affected by autism)


    A Brandenburg favourite - this concert draws together two choirs - one from Devon, one from Essex - 
    with different musical backgrounds to create one fantastic concert. You’ll hear folk songs, blues, and songs from around the world, as well as classical favourites such as Holst AveMaria, Stormy Weather & In this Heart.

    London’s biggest choral festival hits the high notes with a divine
    line-up of Autumn concerts including a London premier!

    Building on its fundraising success in 2014, the festival will help more than 30 small
    charities raise money and awareness through collections at many of its concerts

    The Autumn Series of the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London, the capital's biggest
    and broadest celebration of all things choral, will take place from 10 September – 26
    November, boasting 43 choirs and vocal ensembles, performing across 35 separate
    events in some of the most beautiful and iconic venues in London.

    The festival provides a platform for amateur choirs and small vocal groups to sing a range
    of different musical styles in beautiful central London venues, many of which are hidden
    gems, often unknown or overlooked by the general public such as The Queen's Chapel of
    the Savoy and the stunning Chapel of the Wellington Grange Hotel - a new festival venue
    which is hosting a choral concert for the first time as part of the season.

    Read the full press release here.

     

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