Choirs unite to support Penny Brohn UK

PUBLISHED: 20:00 30 November 2017

Cheddar Male Voice Choir.

Cheddar Male Voice Choir.


Award-winning choirs will unite for a cancer charity’s Christmas concert in Bristol next week.

Pill-based Penny Brohn UK’s festive fundraiser will star Cheddar Male, Penny Brohn Community, High Down Schools, Clifton College and Clifton High School choirs.

Charity spokesman Sarah Godfrey said: “Get into the holiday spirit and help families facing cancer as these incredible choirs perform classic carols and festive favourites.

“There’s something for everyone and every penny raised will help us continue our life-changing work.”

Penny Brohn’s Bristol Whole Life Approach supports people to participate in their health and wellbeing to thrive, before, during and after treatment.

The charity choir concert will be held at Clifton College, in Guthrie Road, at 6.15pm on December 8.

Tickets, priced £6-10, are available from or 01275 370072.

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