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Date(s) - 13/08/2017
10:30am - 11:30am

West Park United Reformed Church

Victoria Avenue/West Park Stray


West Park URC, Harrogate to host Civic Service

This year’s civic service which will be attended by Mayor Councillor Anne Jones is being held during the 24th International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival, at West Park United Reformed Church on Sunday August 13 at 10.30am.  The church which is 155 years old this year is situated on the corner of Victoria Avenue and West Park Stray.

The service, to which all are welcome, will feature hymn tunes and other music which was composed by Sir Arthur Sullivan. The service will be led by Rev John Campbell with the augmented choir under the directorship of David Wilberforce. Councillor Jones will read one of the lessons.

Rev. Campbell said “We are looking forward to welcoming to West Park, people from Harrogate and way beyond,  to what I know will be a special time together and a great opportunity to hear some inspirational hymns with Gilbert & Sullivan connections.”



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