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Norfolk members of Rock Choir to perform in Norwich for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

09:38 29 June 2012

Norfolk Rock Choir members singing for Sport Relief at The Forum in Norwich earlier in 2012. Photo: Bill Smith.

Norfolk Rock Choir members singing for Sport Relief at The Forum in Norwich earlier in 2012. Photo: Bill Smith.

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Over 70 Rock Choir members who rehearse in Norwich, Beccles and Wymondham will be performing at a Norwich school in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each) next month.

The Rock Choir will perform at The Arc at City of Norwich School (CNS), in Eaton Road, from 7pm on Thursday, July 12.

Rock Choir is made up of over 16,000 members from around the UK, in more than 200 locations, after being started in 2005.

Jessica Hiscocks, one of Each’s Norfolk fundraisers, said: “I have seen Rock Choir in rehearsals and they sound fantastic. Everyone who attends will enjoy a fantastic night of entertainment whilst raising money for their local children’s hospice.”

Tickets are £5, with all proceeds being donated to Each. For more information and to purchase tickets, call Jessica at Each on 01953 715559, or for more details about Rock Choir, go to www.rockchoir.com

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