Worle choir to put on Christmas concert

PUBLISHED: 20:02 07 November 2018


The festive season will begin in style when Worle Community Choir puts on its Christmas show.

Jingle Bell Rock, Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree and a whole host of other seasonal favourites will be delivered by a 50-strong group next month.

The choir is busy rehearsing ahead of the big showpiece event.

And it has been a busy year again for Worle Community Choir, having performed across the area, including at Grove Park and on the seafront.

The WCSA Youth Choir will be joining the main group the this year’s Christmas concert.

The festivities will start at 7pm at Priory Community School, in Queensway, on December 1.

Tickets, prices £3-6, are available to purchase in advance on 01934 622542 or 07972 909939.

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