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Saturday 23rd June 2018 at Trinity Methodist Church, Fortescue Road, Radstock starting at 7.30pm.

Doors open at 7.00pm. Please use the church’s main doors in Fortescue Road.

A Museum fund-raising event with the Mendip Male Voice Choir.

Somerset Coalfield Life at Radstock Museum has joined forces with the Mendip Male Voice Choir to raise funds for Radstock Museum.

The Mendip Male Voice Choir was formed in 1919 when coalmining played a large part in the local economy. The choir probably included a number of miners from the outset and even today includes former miners amongst its ranks. It has achieved a reputation for giving excellent wide-ranging programmes that have raised over £30,000 for local charities.

Tickets: £8 in advance (buy them at the Museum), or £10 on the door at Trinity Methodist Church, Fortescue Road, Radstock.

Refreshments; tea, coffee, soft drink, biscuits, will be available during the interval.

We hope to be present at local Village Days throughout the summer.
Look out for the Museum banner and our gazebo.

Come and chat to our volunteers and talk about all things local heritage.

Saturday June 23rd: Midsomer Arts Festival

Saturday July 7th: Paulton Party in the Park

Saturday July 14th: Camerton Hall Fete

For your diary. Look for details nearer the time.

On Thursday August 2nd: we are planing something with a summer holiday theme.

Photographs and videos will be taken at some events.

These may be used to help the Museum’s aims. They will not be used for any other purpose and no one in any photo will be identified by name without their specific consent.
Should you not wish to be photographed please let the event organisers and/or the photographer know.


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