Choral Society boost for appeal
A CELEBRATION of Christmas music will take place in Ipswich later this month - with a charity supporting vulnerable young people set to benefit.Ipswich Choral Society is presenting 'Ipswich Sings Christmas' at the Corn Exchange on December 15, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Somebody's Daughter fund.
A CELEBRATION of Christmas music will take place in Ipswich later this month - with a charity supporting vulnerable young people set to benefit.
Ipswich Choral Society is presenting 'Ipswich Sings Christmas' at the Corn Exchange on December 15, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Somebody's Daughter fund.
The evening, dubbed by organisers as 'a carol concert with a difference', will include guest performances from a handful of Suffolk schools, including Grundisburgh primary, Claydon high and St Alban's high, as well as the Ipswich Citadel Salvation Army Band.
The concert will be introduced by BBC Suffolk's Rachel Sloane.
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Society chairman, Martin Nightingale, promised a great evening.
“The event is about telling people there are good things happening as well as the bad,” he said.
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“We're hoping to fill the Corn Exchange - we want people to come and have a good time and join with us in support of a great cause.”
Somebody's Daughter was launched following the deaths of five women in Ipswich last winter.
The registered charity is raising funds to open a haven where vulnerable youngsters can receive help and guidance.
Tickets, priced at £7 for adults, £5 for concessions and £2 for children, are available from the Corn Exchange box office, or by calling 01473 433100.