If you're after some seasonal cheer and are a supporter of the work that we do, then our Carol Concert is for you. After the success of last year's event, we are planning an even bigger and better Carol Concert this winter on Friday 7th December.
Get in the mood for Christmas by joining us in Painswick Parish Church for an uplifting evening of music and readings. Featuring the voices of David Drew MP, BBC Radio Gloucestershire's Dominic Cotter and some of the area's finest musicians, including the choir of Painswick's very own Croft School and local soprano Rebecca Daltry, this is a chance to join us for a celebration of this most wonderful time of the year.
There will be seasonal readings, lusty singing of classic Christmas carols and solo items, including an appearance by the Cranham handbells. And best of all, admission is free and the concert is open to all.
There'll be a chance to donate to our charity as you leave, but there are no tickets required - simply turn up on the night. Please don't leave it too late, though, as seating is limited and we're expecting it to be busy! We start at 6.30pm and we will be finished by 8pm at the very latest. This is perfectly timed for a nice meal at one of Painswick's fabulous eateries - why not come with some friends and make a night of it?