Pill Music Festival returns to village
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A music festival will return to a village later this month.
Pill Music Festival will run from March 25 to 29. Featuring a host of local talent, the music festival is being held at a number of venues in the village.
The five nights are split into themes, starting on March 25 when Pill Festival Band, a village-based concert orchestra, will play at St. George's village hall.
The following night is ukulele night where a number of bands from the area will perform a wide and varied selection of songs, included in the line-up are 'The Mother Pluckers', an award-winning ukulele band from Bath.
Also appearing at the festival will be The Mudlarks an a-capella group, Pill Community Choir and a Beegees tribute act at the Memorial Club.
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The festival will finish with jazz in the Afternoon.
For more information, log on to www.pfb.org.uk or search for Pill Music Festival on Facebook.
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