A village choir is holding a summer concert, offering both renowned compositions and refreshments.

The Harleston Choral Society will perform Saint-Saëns Requiem and Dvořák's Mass in D major on June 29 at 7.30pm at St John's Church.

Tickets are available for £15, with included refreshments, and can be procured from Choir members, Harleston Information Plus or at the door.

Children accompanied by an adult can attend free of charge.

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Since formed in 2000, the Harleston Choral Society, not requiring auditions, has provided free musical materials and a welcoming environment.

The society practices on Monday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at The London Road Church, with parking convenience at The Original Factory Shop.

After the summer concert, the society will organize a 'Choral Singing for All' workshop on August 17 and 18.

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Society music director, Justin Bindley, and accompanist, Karen Smith, are claimed to lead this workshop.

More singing delight is predicted from September 2, start of Autumn Term, with a future Christmas concert planned for December 14.

More inquiries can be lodged with Stella Brownsea through her email: heidihouse@btinternet.com.