Christmas is nearly upon us…..

As usual, we have been busy rehearsing for Christmas since the September term began. We have a lot of concerts organised for the Christmas season this year, so there are plenty of opportunities to come along and enjoy the lovely Christmassy feeling you can only get from a proper bit of carolling.

In addition to our annual carol service at St.Anne’s Church in Gunnislake on the 20th December, we are very pleased to announce that for the first time in a long time we will be singing in St. Mary’s Church in Callington. The very first concert the choir ever gave was in this venue in 1983, so it holds an important place in the heart and it feels really good to be able to sing here again.

The concert at St. Mary’s, which is the first of the season, is on the 5th December at 7:30pm and is timed to complement the Victorian Christmas Market, which will be held in the Pannier Market in Callington between 5:00pm- 8:30pm on the same day. This is a great event and we urge you to come along early and support it before coming to the concert.

On the 12th December we are going to join Tavistock Rhythm & Brass and the Carousel Quartet to offer an evening of Christmas entertainment at St. James Church in Torpoint. The concert offers a wide range of musical style and has something for everyone.  This event is charged at £5 for adults of £4 for children. You can purchase tickets on the door, or by calling 01752 659675. Apart from this concert, all of our events are free of charge with a retiring collection.

A very merry Christmas to you all.

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