A local military choir is set to start the countdown to Christmas with an evening of carol singing at High Green Court in Cannock.
The 17 strong group who make up Cannock Ex Servicemen’s Male Voice Choir will be performing a medley of Christmas themed songs at the well known retail and leisure destination on the 1st December from 5:45pm – 6:45pm.
Neil Edginton of High Green Court, said: “We’re extremely pleased that Cannock Ex Servicemen’s Male Voice Choir have agreed to perform and mark the start of the Christmas at High Green Court.
“We expect it to be a very successful event and there’s no better way to kick-off the festivities than with some traditional Christmas carol singing.
“We hope that members of the local community will come along for a complimentary mug of mulled wine and join in the celebrations.
As well as Christmas carols, a stand provided by local bar eatery, Bar Sport, will be ready to serve guests with a complimentary hot drink of mulled wine to help get everyone in the Christmas spirit.
David Rimmer, Chairman of Cannock Ex-Servicemen’s Male Voice Choir, said: “The group are really looking forward to performing on what will surely be a memorable evening. Christmas is an extremely busy time for us but it’s always rewarding to see all of our hard work pay off when we perform to a crowd.
“It would be great to see local members of the community come along to High Green Court and show their support.”
Established in 1947, Cannock’s Ex Servicemen’s Choir are in fact the longest standing choir in Cannock.
The event follows the news that a string of tenancy renewals have now been confirmed at the 50,000 square feet site including Proactive Personnel and back to work specialists, Inspire 2 Independence as well national gym chain, Anytime Fitness.