Candlelit Christmas Carol Concert to raise funds for 100 year old charity
Sight for Surrey is hosting their first candlelit Christmas Carol Concert on Tuesday 6th December from 7pm at St. Andrew’s Church, Cobham, raising funds, and Christmas spirits, for Sight for Surrey in their 100th year.
The beautiful St. Andrew’s Church will be filled with voices singing a blend of traditional and modern Christmas carols including much-loved favourites, Once in Royal David’s City and Hark the Herald. The concert will also be interpreted in British Sign Language.
A special Sight for Surrey song, written by one of the world’s most sought-after composers, Will Todd, will be sung for the first time by members of their Children & Young People’s Team who are blind and vision impaired.
Eastwick Junior School will also be taking part with a special performance.
Sight for Surrey’s Head of Fundraising, Lisa Fletcher, said,
“This is our final fundraising event for our Centenary. We urge the local community not to delay and book tickets today, helping a local charity that supports over 8,000 people in the county.”
The charity welcomes audience members to join them for complimentary mulled wine and mince pies after the concert where tickets for their annual Christmas raffle will also be available to buy.
The Mayor of Elmbridge will be in attendance as well as other local dignitaries.
The concert will be interpreted in British Sign Language and a hearing loop will be available. Large print and braille programmes will also be available.
Sight for Surrey is a charity that supports over 8,000 people in Surrey who are blind, vision impaired, Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing. For more information visit the Sight for Surrey website.
- £6 for an adult
- £2 for children under 10 years
- £15 for a family ticket consisting of 2 adults and 2 children
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