Trouble At' Mill to appear at Chorley Community Centre

COMMUNITY CENTRE GIG: Trouble At' Mill play on February 7

COMMUNITY CENTRE GIG: Trouble At' Mill play on February 7

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Trouble At' Mill are appearing at Chorley Community Centre, Railway Street on Friday, February 7 at 8pm.

Trouble At’ Mill are a popular folk band from the village of Gregson Lane and include husband and wife team, Graham and Bernadette Dixon.

Graham and Bernadette have, for the past 22 years, been organisers of the very popular Gregson Lane Folk Club, which is testament to their dedication and enthusiasm in both performing and promoting folk music.

Unashamedly concentrating on the more popular folk songs, Trouble At' Mill always place the emphasis on entertainment and make a point of not taking themselves too seriously.

Their goal is to send the audience home with both a smile on its face and an urge to seek out more live folk music.

Tickets are £7 from Town and Village Estate Agents, 1 Fazackerly Street, Chorley or ring Cathy on 01257 410297.

There will be a licensed bar, cabaret style seating and a raffle. All proceeds to support The Arts Partnership’s drama group for young people with learning and physical disabilities.

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