THE National Churches Trust’s online Christmas Carol Concert will take place at 7.30pm on Wednesday, December 16, at 7.30pm – with the event being headlined by Bill Bryson, Huw Edwards and Michael Palin.
The concert will raise money for the UK’s churches, many of which have been in the frontline of providing community support during the coronavirus pandemic.
The concert features the acclaimed choir of St Paul’s church in Knightsbridge and will include favourite carols which can be sung at home by anyone watching the online concert.
The event is organised by the National Churches Trust in partnership with St Paul’s church Knightsbridge and is sponsored by CCLA, one of the UK’s leading charity investment fund managers.
You can book tickets online by clicking HERE.
Claire Walker, CEO of The National Churches Trust said: “The UK’s churches, chapels and meeting houses are some of the most beautiful and historic buildings in the world.
“Our evening of song and laughter features some of the UK’s favourites faces and voices and will bring some much needed Christmas cheer.
“With the concert being shown on-line, we are looking forward to people from all round the UK and across the world joining and enjoying the good cheer.
“The concert is a chance to celebrate Christmas and also to show our appreciation for the good works that churches provide.
“Our Christmas Carol Concert will raise urgently required funds for our charitable work supporting churches and chapels throughout the UK and help us to say ‘Yes’ to more places of worship that apply for us for help.”
For more information about the National Churches Trust click HERE.