A joyous evening of music with the Kent Police Male Voice Choir and the Queen's Regimental Association Corps of Drums.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT Saturday 8th December 2018 7.30pm The Kent Police Male Voice Choir will be singing at St Dunstan’s Church , Cranbrook in a joyous seasonal celebration and raising funds for Kent charity, Canterbury Oast Trust. This charity supports 100 adults with a learning disability in residential care and supported living and also offers day training opportunities to almost as many again. Based in Woodchurch , near Ashford, the Trust runs several enterprises including Coterie Tea Rooms in Rye and Poulton Wood, a Local Nature Reserve in Aldington. Its best known enterprise is the Rare Breeds Centre, a popular family attraction at Woodchurch. Expect some great singing at the concert, during which the Choir will be joined by the Queen’s Regimental Association Corps of Drums. This occasion makes a very special start to the Christmas season – good music for a good cause. Tickets £11.00 available from Margaret Hanlon (Friends of Canterbury Oast Trust)