Carol singing gets into full swing

CAROL singing gets in full swing at a variety of north Norfolk venues over the next few sdays, with the traditional carol concert at Felbrigg Hall leading the way.

CAROL singing gets in full swing at a variety of north Norfolk venues over the next few sdays, with the traditional carol concert at Felbrigg Hall leading the way.

Carols in the Courtyard is on Sunday 21 December as3.15pm and the free event is led by Cromer and Sheringham Brass Band with announcements led by Cromer Town Crier, Jason Bell.

A candlelit carol service will be held at the Church of St Michael the Archangel,

Booton, at 6.30 p.m., Tuesday, 23rd December. A collection will be taken and the proceeds divided between the Churches' Conservation Trust and a local charity.

A traditional service of nine lessons and carols by candlelight takes place at All Saints Church, Salhouse, on Sunday 21 December, at 6.30pm

The service will be led by the formed Church Choir, with additional support from members of the EDP Festival Choir and Broadland Youth Choir. At the organ will be Cathy Al-Bay

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The service will begin with a treble solo voice singing 'Once in Royal David's City', and there will be traditional readings and well-known carols for the congregation, plus contributions from the choirs.

Seasonal refreshments will be served afterwards.