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On the weekend of 3rd and 4th October, three acts with close links to CCF performed at Chorley Live. 


 Hannah-ProsserWebUp and coming singer-songwriter, Hannah Prosser, aged 14, performed at a couple of venues in the Open-Air and at Frederick's Ice-Cream Parlour. She was well-supported by friends and is becoming an accomplished performer. Well done Hannah!





Approching the other end of the age scale, the very popular Yard Dogs performed in the late slot at Last Orders and went down so well that they were asked to stay and play through to midnight, for which they were paid!



Finally Mercy People - a "choir for justice" made their debut performance at St George's Church with a set of five choir songs, two great solo pieces from Andy Duffell and Susie Fielding and a short presentation for the three justice causes they support. They raised £300 for these causes.

Mercy People PurpleYou can hear Mercy People at their next performance at Calvary Christian Fellowship at 7.30pm on Saturday 29th November. Tickets will be £5 from church on Sunday or call 01772 313438 - all proceeds split between:

HomeofHopeWebBulabakulu Children's Village - Uganda

The Home of Hope - India

International Justice Mission

Thank you to all who came and supported these and many other acts performing at Chorley Live.

Finally, thanks to Nigel Stewart, the pioneering organiser of Chorley Live for masterminding an incredible event. Nigel is grateful to all the following people linked with Calvary Christian Fellowship who helped make Chorley Live possible by manning venues and PA systems and covering a host of tasks. Thank you and well done all!

Ruth Park, Caleb McGaughey, Meryl Stewart, Steve Whymark, Graham Hooke, Simon McGaughey, Lynn O'Driscoll, Shaun O'Driscoll, Susan Smith, John Smith, Kath Smith, Sue Morris, Janice Morris, Dave Morris, Chris Hebson, Simon Hayhurst, Mark Headley, Carole Porter.