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Champion brass band at Gorleston Pavilion

PUBLISHED: 10:49 13 November 2015 | UPDATED: 10:49 13 November 2015

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Reigning Champion Band of East Anglia, the Cawston Band, is set to perform to a capacity audience at the Gorleston Pavilion Theatre on Sunday, November 22 from 3pm, with proceeds from the concert going to the activities and amenities fund at Lydia Eva Court.

There are a limited number of tickets still available for the afternoon concert, featuring music from stage and screen.

The Stage and Screen concert has been organised by the Friends and Family Group at Lydia Eva Court and in recognition of the tireless work carried out by the Carers, there will be an announcement for a special award for “Carer of the Year” during the concert, as voted for by the Friends, Family and colleagues at the newly established home. NorseCare will have a display stand at the concert with details of the care and support that they provide for people living with dementia.

With tickets likely to sell out over the next week it is advisable to book in advance and tickets can be obtained from the Gorleston Pavilion Theatre box office, reception at Lydia Eva Court or by telephone 01493 666300 at the special price of just £5 each.

Cawston Band is again be invited to be part of the EDP Festival of Carols on December 9, with the packed hall at St Andrews Hall, Norwich ringing with the ever popular sound of Christmas from a traditional Brass Band.

Details of where the band will be performing can be found on the website www.cawstonband.co.uk

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