Sing aloud for SARS and for Christmas
DUST off your Christmas spirit and practice your best singing voice.There is still time to get your tickets for one of the best carol services in Suffolk and The Evening Star is counting on your support.
DUST off your Christmas spirit and practice your best singing voice.
There is still time to get tickets for one of the best carol services in Suffolk – and The Evening Star is counting on your support.
The service is taking place at St Margaret's church in Ipswich tomorrow. All the money raised will go to the Star's Christmas appeal, which this year is the Suffolk Accident Rescue Service.
There will be readings by Chief Superintendent Geoff Munns and the honorary treasurer of SARS, Stewart Young.
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St Margaret's vicar, the Rev David Cutts said: "It always attracts crowds of people and we look forward to welcoming lots of friends.
"It is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas."
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Tickets cost a nominal £1 and there will also be a collection on the night.
The service takes place at 7.30pm tomorrow and time is running out so hurry down to the Evening Star offices in Lower Brook Street, Ipswich to claim your ticket.
Please make cheques payable to Archant Ltd.