REGENT CENTRE WELCOMES BACK "FOR QUEEN AND COUNTRY"

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By Christchurch and District Band | Saturday, August 09, 2014, 00:43

Returning to the Regent Centre, after the near sell out performance last year, is this wonderful evening of remembrance and celebration. Parading into the auditorium to open the evening is the National Standard of the Not Forgotten Association, The NFA was founded just after the First World War to support the wounded, in 1920. Other local standards will also be present including the Royal Naval Association, Royal British Legion, Royal Air Forces Association, SAMA and Cadets, to name but a few, with veterans of past and current conflicts. With many members of the Christchurch and District Band being Ex-Forces, this evening is one very close to their hearts.

An inspiring and rousing evening, taking you on a journey of emotions. THIS EVENING IS TRULY A FEAST FOR THE EYES AND EARS - Sound effects and archive film clips, accompanied with live music by the Christchurch and District Band with their ever popular Grand Finale of flag waving and singing.

The Not Forgotten Association will be running a raffle and all proceeds will go to their good works with Ex-Servicemen and Women. Other service charities will be in the Foyer from 6pm so please feel free to pop along and have a chat with them about their good works before the show starts. Merchandise will also be available from them.

The evening also features the outstanding David Gillard M.B.E as Winston;

The Highcliffe Charity Players who always receive rapturous applause at this event. We're pleased to welcome them back this year to have you tapping your feet and singing along.

La Nova Singers have the most angelic voices and stunning dresses, you will be captivated by their performance.

BOOK NOW TO ENSURE YOUR SEAT AT THIS POPULAR EVENT FROM THE REGENT CENTRE BOX OFFICE 01202 499199 or book online http://tinyurl.com/q4x4ej9

      

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