Charity concert at Welwyn Civic Centre

David Massey and Emily Andrews will be appearing in Welwyn

David Massey and Emily Andrews will be appearing in Welwyn

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A charity concert will be held in Welwyn next week.

An exciting programme of music is planned for Welwyn Civic Centre on Friday, May 9, with all proceeds going to Danesbury and QVM Hospital.

Tickets cost £10 and are available from George Spring on 01707 323880 and the Danesbury Charity Shop.

The show will feature the Keld String Quartet, romantic tenor Neil Simon and flute and guitar duo Emily Andrews and David Massey.

Doors open at 7pm.

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