Harlequin Singers Spring Concert

Date: 12th May 2024
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Winterbourne Medieval Barn
Live Music

We are delighted to welcome Harlequin Singers to The Barn for this  afternoon of acoustic choral music featuring a wide range of songs from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
The Harlequin Singers are a group of around 30 voices , based in Bristol, who have been singing together since 1991. 
Although not a church choir, sacred music makes up a significant part of their repertoire, plus a variety of other types or music, from the Renaissance to American songbook and everything in between.

Free parking. Refreshments available.

Please note car parking for this event is at Winterbourne Academy off the High Street, BS36 1JL. From there it is a 10 – 15 minute walk down Church Lane. The most lit up route will be via Beacon Lane which will also be the route to go with the flow of traffic, rather than against. Please note these are country roads so do take care, bring a torch and dress appropriately.
All vehicles must park in the school car park in appointed spaces. Parking in disabled spaces is for disabled badges users only. Parking is at your own risk and the Olympus Academy Trust accepts no responsibility for any damage to vehicles or property whilst you are using the facilities.

Car parking will be available at the Barn for those with mobility issues only. If you cannot manage the walk down to The Barn, please email us on ceara.foley@winterbournebarn.org.uk with your registration number, if you need a wheelchair accessible parking space and if you need any accessible seating and we can reserve you a parking space onsite. 
There is plenty of bicycle parking at The Barn for those arriving on two wheels and space for drop off / collection if you would like to arrange this.

Please do not park along church lane as this obstructs the road for other users and emergency vehicles.

The primary purpose of this event is to raise money for WMBT and to support conservation, management, maintenance and improvement of the WMBT site.