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Christmas carols come to High Chelmer this Saturday

Shoppers are set to be entertained by members of Chelmsford Cathedral Choirs

Shoppers visiting High Chelmer this Saturday are in for a musical treat, as members of the Chelmsford Cathedral Choirs will be visiting the centre.

Performing at intervals between 12.30pm and 4pm, sections of the boys, girls and lower voices choirs will be providing a soundtrack to festive shopping, singing a selection of hugely popular seasonal songs. They’ll be in the Chelmsford shopping centre to give visitors a sneak preview of the fantastic Christmas service and events taking place at Chelmsford Cathedral over the festive period.

High Chelmer Centre Manager, Mick McDonagh, said he was delighted to welcome the singing sensations to the centre. “I’m thrilled that we’ll have members from three of the different Chelmsford Cathedral Choirs here this Saturday,” said Mick.

“The countdown to Christmas is very much on at High Chelmer, and I’ve no doubt that the selections of songs will help the people of Chelmsford enjoy their festive shopping even more. Chelmsford Cathedral has a great programme of performances this season, and I’m sure that shoppers will enjoy this special preview.”

Chelmsford Cathedral Director of Music, James Davy, said: “The next month is a busy one for the choirs who will sing at over 30 events between them, including a concert ‘A Chelmsford Christmas’ on Saturday 9 December at 7pm. Details of the Cathedral’s services and concerts will be available to take away when you’ve heard the boys and girls sing.”

Members of the Chelmsford Cathedral Choirs will be in High Chelmer performing at intervals from 12.30pm to 4pm on Saturday 25 November.

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