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Morecrofts in Crosby gets into the sing of it


Morecrofts in Crosby gets into the sing of it

Staff from Morecrofts in Crosby have been fine-tuning their voices ahead of the Christmas Carol Concert, taking place at Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral on December 3rd.

The Carol Concert, organised in aid of Macmillan, will be led by a cracking selection of Merseyside's finest musical talents, including MOBO Unsung award winner Esco Williams, the Sense of Sound Singers, Steve McFarlane, Meriel Cunningham, Liverpool Girls Choir and Formby Brass Band.

Helen Broughton, Managing Partner at the Crosby branch, said: "Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy this evening of festive entertainment; perfect for groups of friends, family and colleagues to get together, while also raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support in Merseyside.

"Adult tickets are just £10, with all proceeds going to the charity, so we hope that plenty of people will show their support – We promise it will be an evening to remember."

The evening of Christmas Carols & Festive Fare has been organised by Morecrofts Solicitors to celebrate their 200th birthday, while also raising vital funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The concert will commence at 7.30pm on Monday 3rd December, however from 5.30pm guests can enjoy the “Christmas Village” which has been set up underneath the main Cathedral. There they can indulge in mince pies and mulled wine, while browsing the stalls full of festive treats.

Tickets cost just £10 per adult, £5 per child and £25 for a family ticket (2 adults, 2 children), and ALL funds raised from ticket sales will go directly to Macmillan Cancer Support for their front line services in Merseyside.

Discounts are available for group bookings (i.e. 1 in 10 goes free). All under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.

You can buy your tickets directly from the Crosby branch, through Ticket Quarter based in Liverpool City Centre. For more details visit www.morecrofts.co.uk/tickets.

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