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Celebrating 77 years as a Bournemouth stockbroker, clients and guests of Farley & Thompson enjoyed an early evening concert in the stunning location of The Italian Villa at Compton Acres.
We were entertained by flautist Annabelle Saunders and violinist Oliver Nelson accompanied by pianist Roy Stratford. The evening's programme of chamber music included Francois Borne's arrangement of Fantaisie Brilliante (on themes from Bizet's opera Carmen), Tchaikovsky's Lullaby from Mazeppa and Chopin's Barcarolle.
Through the generosity of our clients £3,542.50 was raised for local Southbourne charity, the Cedar Project, which helps children affected by domestic abuse. Farley & Thompson Partner, Martin Poole, is pictured handing over the cheque to charity patron, Councillor Christopher Wakefield, Centre Manager Debbie Young and Cedar Project Children's Worker, Peter Webber.