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Farmers and farmers’ wives will dig up some long forgotten tunes during a charity concert.
The programme at the event, in aid of Cancer Research UK, in Lorne and Lowland church on July 1, will include songs from the shows, modern, mediaeval and traditional Scots – in short, something for everyone.
Entry is by donation with all money going to the world’s largest cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research.
With more than 100 years’ experience it has played a major role in improving outcomes for cancer patients.
In the 1970’s just one in four patients in the UK survived their disease, today that figure has doubled.
A Cancer Research UK spokesperson said: ‘The charity’s work is entirely funded by donation and therefore the local committee appeals to everyone to support its vital work by coming to the concert.’