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Concert to boost tsunami appeal

The Bournemouth Philharmonic will play Prokofiev’s Peter and The Wolf in May to support the Financial Services Charitable Foundation/Money Marketing tsunami appeal.

The concert will take place at St Peter’s Church, Parkstone, Dorset on May 21. It is hoped that the performance will be narrated by a celebrity.

The orchestra will be conducted by founder and chairman Sam Newgarth, an IFA who is principal of Newgarth Financial Services.

Newgarth, who is the orchestra’s principal conductor, formed the orchestra in 1976.

Tickets are available by post from St Peter’s Church, Church Road, Parkstone, Dorset at 15 per person.

In support of the appeal Money Marketing editor John Lappin will be joining Bankhall chief executive Paul Hogarth and two teams from the network in the three peaks challenge, climbing Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike in 24 hours. The event, which is being co-ordinated through the Financial Services Charitable Foundation, is aiming to raise 50,000 for charity.

More information on The Financial Services Charitable Foundation can be obtained from Arnold Laing at Bankhall on 0161 941 6076 or email at arnold.laing


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