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Free wine and opera music: An evening for Youth Concern

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11:58am 19th May 2017

Aylesbury charity Youth Concern are holding a fundraising concert this evening which will include live opera singing, a raffle, free wine, cupcakes and a photo booth.

Neil Simon, known as 'The Romantic Tenor' will be performing the operatic songs which are from around the world.

They'll also be a short presentation from staff and young people at Youth Concern to tell you just what a difference the money raised will make to vulnerable young people in the community.

Youth Concern offers support to young people aged 13 - 25, many of whom have complex needs.

The fundraising evening is being held at St Mary's Church in the town, and runs from 7:30pm.

Buy tickets here.

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