Category Archives: music
We are looking forward to welcoming Emma Mabin and her recorder group on Thursday, 1st June, 12.30pm in Fleet Parish Community Centre for half an hour of musical delight. Our lunch sign up sheet is now full so if you … Continue reading
Sunday, 28th May, 6.30pm in Ss Philip & James Church. All welcome to join for a time of musical prayer and spiritual refreshment.
Free concert with retiring collection for Tearfund. 7-8pm in Ss Philip & James Church on Saturday 13th May.
There are still around 20 tickets remaining for the Pal Banda concert on Saturday, 13th May, 5pm, so please contact us if you’d like to come! Details as follows: A concert of Bach ‘cello suites plus lighter music by Boccherini … Continue reading
Quintessentially Wind will be performing a mixture of light classics and show tunes for us on Thursday 6 April, 12.30pm in Fleet Parish Community Centre – free concert with retiring collection. The concert is just 30 minutes long so if … Continue reading
Fleet Orchestra Spring Soirée – 8.00pm in Ss Philip & James Church. All welcome! Admission is free, retiring donations welcome.
All welcome to our Taizé Prayer service for lent – today, 26th March, 6.30pm in Ss Philip & James Church, Kings Road, Fleet, GU51 3AR. If you are unfamiliar with this style of worship you can find some music samples on … Continue reading
Sunday 2nd April, 4.00pm for afternoon tea at Ss Philip & James Church. Please sign up on the sheet in church (or via the parish office) for afternoon tea by Monday 27th March so that we can cater appropriately. Tea is £5. (There … Continue reading
We are delighted to be having Dorina Latawska & a friend performing for our Midweek Concert on Thursday, 2nd February, 12.30pm in Fleet Parish Community Centre. All welcome! No tickets required, entry is free and we take at retiring collection at … Continue reading
Fleet Orchestra will be having a Christmas Soiree on Wednesday 14th December at 8.00pm in Ss Philip & James Church, Fleet, with Christmas Carols and also including music by Schubert, Ravel and Leroy Anderson. Free admission. Donations welcome.