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Dolphin Shopping Centre rounds up a successful programme of choir entertainment with performance from Salvation Army Choir

Added on: 19th December, 2017 by News-Online

Dolphin Shopping Centre rounds up a successful programme of choir entertainment with performance from Salvation Army Choir

Dolphin Shopping Centre rounds up a successful programme of choir entertainment with performance from Salvation Army Choir

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Tue, 19 December 2017

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The Dolphin Shopping Centre in Poole is set to welcome shoppers to enjoy a performance from the Salvation Army Choir on Thursday December 21.

The Salvation Army Choir will sing at the Dolphin on Thursday from 6.30-8pm by the Christmas tree outside Next and Boots.

A total of five choirs have entertained shoppers over the festive period, with performances from Yarrells School Choir, Waggy Tails Choir, Chestnut Nursery Choir, the Dorset Blind Association Choir and the Salvation Army Choir.

John Grinnell, centre manager at the Dolphin Shopping Centre, commented: “It’s been fantastic to host such an array of musical talent during November and December, including welcoming the choir of one of our nominated charities, the Chestnut Nursery Choir, a project which aims to use horticulture to restore well-being for adults with severe and enduring mental illnesses.

“We look forward to finishing the programme in style with a performance from the Salvation Army Choir.”

The Dolphin Shopping Centre will extend its opening hours for late night Christmas shopping on Thursday December 21. Free parking will also be available between 6-9pm on this day at town centre car parks (multi-storey and surface).

For more information about the Dolphin Shopping Centre, visit www.dolphinshoppingcentre.co.uk

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