On Windover Hill; Music of the Sussex landscape
Saturday 7th March 2020, 7.45pm
Amy Bebbington Conductor
Harlequin Chamber Choir
Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra
Thomas Weelkes; Hosanna to the Son of David
Frank Bridge; Music, When Soft Voices Die
John Ireland; The Hills
Arnold Bax; What is it like to be young and fair?
Ruth Gipps; Goblin Market
Avril Coleridge-Taylor; Wyndore
Nathan James; On Windover Hill
Listen to the preview here
The Priory Church sits in a delightful village in West Sussex, some 3 miles from the Cathedral City of Chichester and for over 900 years the villagers of Boxgrove have worshipped in this magnificent building. Its glory is still much in evidence in spite of losing the west end of the Priory during the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the reign of King Henry VIII.
The postcode for the road entrance to the St Blaise Centre and Priory Car Park is: PO18 0EE
Boxgrove Priory and St Blaise Centre is located just under four miles, by road, north east of the centre of Chichester. The nearest railway station is Chichester. You can get a number 55 bus (heading Tangmere) from there to the bus stop at Boxgrove Primary School. You can see the sign to "St Blaise Centre" from the bus stop.
Car parking is available in the Village Hall car park. Please do not park in Church Lane as it blocks access for the residents and the Emergency Services.