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By Stroud Life  |  Posted: November 21, 2012

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WYCLIFFE Choral Society's concert on Sunday includes the highly acclaimed The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace by the Welsh composer Karl Jenkins, which was commissioned by the Royal Armouries Museum to commemorate the Millennium and is dedicated to the victims of Kosovo.

The concert, which also includes two popular works for strings, Elgar's Serenade and Britten's Simple Symphony, begins at 7.30pm in Wycliffe College Chapel. Tickets are £10, under-18s £2, from Pam Thorne on 01453 751 915, via www.wycliffe choralsociety.org, from Stroud Subscription Rooms or on the night.

Why not try your hand at bell ringing at St Cyr's Church.

For information, call Mr Screen on 01453 720 547. Practice is on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm

Stonehouse WI holds its Annual General Meeting tonight. The speaker is Phil Bischler (Dr Chocolate) who will be demonstrating chocolate making and, yes, members will be able to try some. The competition will be a decorated cupcake and the winner will be awarded the rose bowl. The bring-and-buy will have biscuits for sale. The meeting is at 7.30pm in Stonehouse Community Centre in Laburnum Walk.

The Mothers' Union meets on the third Thursday of the month so tomorrow is the day to go to Hazelwood in Stonehouse for an interesting meeting.

For details, contact Jean Riggs on 01453 824 682.

T'ai Chi Qi Gong, meditation and movement is held every Tuesday at The Scout Hut in Oldends Lane.

It costs £8. Call Chris on 07813 921 336.

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