Preston will join together for a concert to mark 100 years since Armistice Day.Advertisement
One Voice Community Choir are singing at the Community Concert for Peace.
The choir have been given an award from the Big Lottery Fund to put on the concert.
Held at the Gujarat Hindu Society in South Meadow Lane the concert will also see Gujarat dancers and the Together in Song choir from Manchester perform.
Stuart McPhillips from the One Voice choir said: ‘We are thrilled by this award. Together with a grant from the Duchy of Lancaster it means we can involve over sixty other members of the community to join us on stage in a performance to mark the 100 years since the first Armistice Day.”
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The concert takes place on Saturday 10 November from 7pm.
Tickets are £5 individually or a family ticket is £12 (two adults, two children), and can be bought from the Skiddle site.