MINCE PIES, MULLED WINE AND MUSIC

 

WANT  a sure-fire way to feel Christmassy? Then why not pop this date in your diary to come along to the St Bonaventure’s traditional beautiful carol service in St Antony’s Church on Thursday, December 20, at 7pm.

The whole evening will be heartwarming with musical acts including the school choir, Year 7 choir, house band and staff choir.

Soloists will be performing as well as students enacting glad tidings from the nativity.

Tickets are not required as this is a free event.

Complimentary mince pies and mulled wine will be served after the service.

There will be a collection for the Christian Communities in the Holy Land at the end of the evening.

Mr Halliwell added: “This is the event that really kicks Christmas off for me every year.  The church looks beautiful with twinkling candles and the performances are so moving it really does make me feel very proud and sets the scene for the festive season so well.”

Curriculum Leader for Music, Ms Warren, has been busy all term preparing the various choirs and fine tuning their set.

Mr Halliwell wants as many parents and carers to try and make the carol service and find out the true meaning of Christmas by sharing in this wonderful magical musical event.

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