2019 Tour

Rhineland, Germany

Dates: 23rd – 27th April 2019
Accommodation: Hotel Rhinelust, Boppard
Choirs : Flute Choir
Adult Vocal Choir
Sax Choir
Tour : Includes three concerts, four nights half board accommodation in twin, double or single rooms, fully comprehensive travel insurance and coach travel
Organiser : Sue Benson
Musical Directors: Tracey Richards (Adult Vocal Choir)
Tony Rifugiato (Sax Choir and Flute Choir)
Accompanist : John Dilleigh (Adult Vocal Choir)
Cost : £555 per person (single rooms available at a supplement of £15 per person per night)
– £100 per person deposit payable by 17th January 2018 at the latest
– £125 per person due by 4th April 2018 (plus single supplement of £15 per night if applicable)
– £120 per person due by 26th June 2018
– £110 per person due by 26th October 2018
– £100 per person due by 16th January 2019
PLEASE NOTE : – Single person supplement due by 4th April 2018

Should you have any questions on any of our tours, please feel free to contact us directly and we will do all we can to answer your queries.

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