Tickets still available for Carols for Christmas service for a good cause

The EDP and Norwich Evening News Carols for Christmas service at St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich.

The EDP and Norwich Evening News Carols for Christmas service at St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich. Picture: James Bass - Credit: Sonya Duncan

You've voted for your favourite Christmas carols in our poll, now come along to our Carols for Christmas service tonight to hear them in the atmospheric surroundings of St Peter Mancroft Church.

Vote in our poll to find Norfolk's favourite Christmas carol. Picture: Steve Adams

Vote in our poll to find Norfolk's favourite Christmas carol. Picture: Steve Adams

Along with mince pies, mulled wine and garish jumpers, Christmas carols are at the heart of seasonal tradition, with the classics observing the birth of Jesus Christ and the more contemporary versions celebrating the merriment of the season.

For those who prefer to forgo sleep in heavenly peace to sing for the twelfth night in a row, Christmas carols can be heartwarming experience bringing young and old together. 'Tis the season to be jolly, after all.

But what is Norfolk's favourite Christmas carol? According to our poll results it is in fact Silent Night.

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This year, the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News Carols for Christmas service will take place at St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich, on Tuesday, December 11.

The joyous occasion will raise funds for Norwich-based charity The Hamlet Centre, which provides recreational, educational and social opportunities for children and adults with profound disabilities and complex health needs.

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Doors will open at 6pm with the service scheduled to start at 7pm.

Tickets cost £5 and can be booked by calling 01603 772174 or online at www.edp24.co.uk/carols.

Tickets can also be bought in person at the front office of the EDP and Evening News head office in Rouen Road, Norwich and will be available to buy on the door tonight.

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