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Young performers raise funds for vital causes through dazzling shows




Christmas 2015 saw Stagecoach Bury St Edmunds/Stowmarket perform 'The Sounds of Christmas' at St Johns church produced by Michael Phillips. This was in aid of raising money for HCPT, and St Johns' church - the event itself raised ?1000. 'Stagecoach members and concert director Michael Phillips, centre, present the proceeds to Michelle Mann-Jones, group leader of the Hosanna House Children's Pilgramage Trust and the Rev Mark Haworth, rector of St John's Church ANL-160202-075534009
Christmas 2015 saw Stagecoach Bury St Edmunds/Stowmarket perform 'The Sounds of Christmas' at St Johns church produced by Michael Phillips. This was in aid of raising money for HCPT, and St Johns' church - the event itself raised ?1000. 'Stagecoach members and concert director Michael Phillips, centre, present the proceeds to Michelle Mann-Jones, group leader of the Hosanna House Children's Pilgramage Trust and the Rev Mark Haworth, rector of St John's Church ANL-160202-075534009

A performing arts school has raised more than £1,000 for vital local causes and charities through its dazzling December shows.

Stagecoach Bury St Edmunds/Stowmarket brought in £1,000 through its show ‘The Sounds of Christmas’ at St John’s Church with the money split between HCPT and the church.

HCPT is a charitable organisation which supports young people and St John’s will use the money towards repairs to its roof.

In December, Stagecoach also performed Beauty and The Beast, which raised £275.46 for Cancer Research. This year marks principal Caroline Ranson’s 10 year anniversary and events lined up include Stagecoach Spectacular at The Regal Theatre on March 20 and a song and dance marking the Queen’s 90th birthday on June 18. Visit www.stagecoach.co.uk/burystedmunds



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