10 Dec Civic carol service at the Great Yarmouth Minster
Great Yarmouth’s annual civic Christmas carol service at Great Yarmouth Minster, will take place on Monday, December 14, from 7pm to 8pm.
This is a free sing-along service which aims to spread some festive cheer and raise money for the Minister and the mayor’s charities, which are Guide Dogs UK, DIAL, East Coast Hospice, and the Cinnamon Trust.
The service, which will also include prayers and readings, will be led by the Rev Canon Chris Terry, the team rector of Great Yarmouth Minster. Also in attendance will be Nicholas Pratt, the High Sherriff of Norfolk.
Performances will be led by the choir of the Great Yarmouth Minster, Great Yarmouth Town Choir and the Dusmagrik Young People’s Theatre Company.
After the service, people will be able to enjoy refreshments of mulled wine, sausage rolls, mince pies and soup. The service and refreshments are free-of-charge, but donations are welcome and will be split equally between the Minster and the mayor’s charities.
The service will be led by the Rev Canon Chris Terry, the team rector of Great Yarmouth Minster. Also in attendance will be Nicholas Pratt, the High Sherriff of Norfolk.
This year Great Yarmouth has excelled itself with the Christmas festivities, so please come along for an hour and enjoy some festive Carols in the minster.