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Community Rescue Service hosting “Battle of The Choirs” in Coleraine

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Coleraine and Ballymoney Units of the Community Rescue Service are holding a “Battle of The Choirs” on 29th April in Coleraine University. The ‘battle’ will be between choirs from local businesses and groups.

Everyone is invited to the launch of the Battle of the Choirs this Thursday (3rd March) in Coleraine Town Hall at 7.45pm.

The invitation is open to volunteers, supporters and anyone interested in learning how they can enter the competition and help raise funds for the work of the CRS,

The event is being held in memory of Francis McKeague who sadly passed away before Christmas, this lady raised money for ourselves plus many other charities.

Anyone who would like to help with the event or would like to know more should call into the CRS Charity Shop in Coleraine or contact Hazel on 07731438391.

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