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Music in Country Churches UK 2015

Music in Country Churches UK 2015

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So did one drive oneself? Prince Charles turns up to a church concert - but his car's the star as fans queue to see Aston Martin
•Prince of Wales greeted people outside St Mary's Church, Gloucestershire
•He parked his rare 1969 Aston Martin Volante DB6 MKII in front of church
•It attracted lots of attention with people queuing to have their photo taken
•Prince Charles is patron for charity which organises concerts in churches

By Gemma Mullin for MailOnline

Published: 20:39 GMT, 24 May 2015 | Updated: 09:11 GMT, 25 May 2015


  
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As the heir to the throne, Prince Charles is accustomed to a large following wherever he goes.

But surprisingly it was his royal Aston Martin that stole the show when he turned up at a concert in Fairford, Gloucestershire, yesterday.

The event at St Mary's Church was organised by the Music in Country Churches charity, of which he is a patron, to raise money for another church in the area.

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Children pose for a picture beside Prince Charles's Aston Martin, parked outside a church in Gloucestershire

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    Children pose for a picture beside Prince Charles's Aston Martin, parked outside a church in Gloucestershire

After driving himself to the performance, he greeted and chatted with people waiting outside, including Brownies, Scouts and Cadets, before heading inside for the evening showing.

And as he enjoyed music by the English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Daisuke Muranaka and Katya Apekisheva, several fans queued to have their photograph beside the classic vehicle.

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The 1969 Aston Martin Volante DB6 MKII, given to him by the Queen on his 21st birthday, is one of the rarest Aston Martins ever made, with only 12 thought to have been produced.

Charles, an ardent environmentalist, has had it converted to run on bioethanol fuel produced from waste generated by English wine production and whey, a by-product of cheesemaking.

Prince Charles was at St Mary's Church in Fairford for a concert

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It was organised by the Music in Country Churches charity, of which he is the patron

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Prince Charles was at St Mary's Church in Fairford for a concert organised by the Music in Country Churches charity, of which he is the patron

The heir to the throne greets a group of young Scouts lining the entrance to the church yesterday evening

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    The heir to the throne greets a group of young Scouts lining the entrance to the church yesterday evening

He carries the concert programme as he makes his way towards the church after shaking hands with some Brownies

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He carries the concert programme as he makes his way towards the church after shaking hands with some Brownies

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He carries the concert programme as he makes his way towards the church after shaking hands with some Brownies

After parking up, several people rush to have a look at the rare 1969 Aston Martin Volante DB6 MKII

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    After parking up, several people rush to have a look at the rare 1969 Aston Martin Volante DB6 MKII

It was given to him by the Queen on his 21st birthday and is one of the rarest Aston Martins ever made, with only 12 thought to have been produced.

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    It was given to him by the Queen on his 21st birthday and is one of the rarest Aston Martins ever made, with only 12 thought to have been produced.

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge in his sports car after their wedding in 2011, decorated with balloons and ticker tape

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    Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge in his sports car after their wedding in 2011, decorated with balloons and ticker tape

It was used to transport Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge from their royal wedding, adorned with balloons and ticker-tape, in 2011.

The Prince of Wales has attended over 50 Music in Country Churches concerts, which is now in its 27th year, after it was set up as a charitable trust in 1989 with his active support.

It's aim is to help churches with maintenance and upkeep by bringing world-class musicians to country churches of particular beauty and importance.

Writing on the charity's website, the 66-year-old says: 'Having attended so many of the trust’s concerts, I have had the opportunity to see and share in the enormous pleasure given by outstanding performances of great works in some of our finest churches and in areas where music of such a standard is rarely or never available.

'It is one of the Trust’s unique achievements that it has been able to take music of this quality to the countryside and at the same time make significant contributions to over seventy churches to help with the costs of their upkeep.'

Saturday evening's concert, which began at 7.30pm, featured performances of Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor Op 21 and Schubert Symphony No 4 in C minor D417 'Tragic'.

The Prince of Wales has attended over 50 Music in Country Churches concerts, which is now in its 27th year, after it was set up as a charitable trust in 1989 with his active support

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    The Prince of Wales has attended over 50 Music in Country Churches concerts, which is now in its 27th year, after it was set up as a charitable trust in 1989 with his active support

It's aim is to help churches with maintenance and upkeep by bringing world-class musicians to country churches of particular beauty and importance

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    It's aim is to help churches with maintenance and upkeep by bringing world-class musicians to country churches of particular beauty and importance

The music was by the English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Daisuke Muranaka and Katya Apekisheva

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    The music was by the English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Daisuke Muranaka and Katya Apekisheva

Saturday evening's concert, which began at 7.30pm, featured performances of Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor Op 21 and Schubert Symphony No 4 in C minor D417 'Tragic

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