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Carol Concerts

Published on 16 October 2018 11:15 AM

Our ever-popular start to the Christmas season concert is on again in Northwich and this year we have added a second concert, in Nantwich.

Age UK Cheshire have once again teamed up with the award-winning choir and musicians from The Grange School, Northwich to provide a festive feast of entertainment for their annual Christmas concert, Carols by Candlelight on Friday 7th December, starting at 7.30pm. 

This will be the fifth year the concert will be held at St Helen Witton Parish Church in Northwich, and the event promises to be a festive evening full of music, mulled wine, mince pies and a Christmas raffle. 

In addition, this year there is a second carol concert in the centre of Nantwich, at St Mary’s Parish Church, The Rectory, Church Ln, Nantwich CW5 5RG on Wednesday 12th December, starting at 7.30pm. For this concert, we are fortunate to be working with Brine Leas School. Entertainment will be provided by the school choir, chamber choir, school band, chamber band and a selection of soloists from the school, refreshments will be provided and there will be a Christmas raffle.

If you would like to purchase tickets or for more information regarding either concert, call the Box Office on 01606 305018. Tickets are priced £9.00 for adults and £7.00 for concessions. Under 8’s are free.

Tickets are also available to purchase online (booking fee applicable), by clicking through on the following links:-

·         For the concert at St Helen Witton, Northwich on Friday 7th December, go to;

·         For the concert at St Mary’s Parish Church, Nantwich on Wednesday 12th December, go to;

Money raised from ticket and raffle sales will go directly to Age UK Cheshire who provides valuable care and support services to allow older people to remain in good physical and mental health and live active lives within the community.