Issue 22 September 2021

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NHS Celebration Concert

CNHS Celebration Concertoro Nuovo – the leading Mid Sussex not-for-profit choir – will be performing a fantastic concert on Saturday 20 November 2021 at Hurstpierpoint College, starting at 7pm.

The concert is a 'Thank You' to all the NHS Staff and Health and Care workers who have looked after the Mid Sussex community during the Coronavirus pandemic. The choir, guest singers and musicians will be performing a wide range of music, so there will be something for everyone.

NHS Staff and Health and Care workers who are working and/or living in the Mid Sussex are eligible for FREE tickets (2 per person).

Tickets are also available on general sale, priced at £15. All concert profits will go to local NHS and Mid Sussex charities who are helping those affected by Covid-19.

For more information or to book online visit http://coronuovo.org.uk/celebration/ 

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