Estate agency Fine & Country’s charitable foundation is inviting colleagues and competitors alike to its Christmas carol concert in the famous King’s College Chapel in Cambridge on December 5th, its first since the pandemic struck.
Kicking off at 5pm, the evening of music and readings is partly a yuletide sing-along and partly a fund-raising event, the proceeds of which will be donated to charities which have a hand in aiding the fight against homelessness and poverty.
Tickets can be bought online and general admission tickets will be sold for £30, pew tickets with restricted viewing will cost £20 each and VIP tickets will be available for £50 each.
VIP guests will be seated at the front and are invited for mulled wine and mince pies in the Provost Lodge following the concert. To account for social distancing one seat will be left free between each booking.
Jon Cooke (pictured), Trustee of the Fine & Country Foundation, says: “Last year we held a virtual carols concert, however, this year we are back at the beautiful setting of King’s College Chapel.
“The carol concert has become a firm favourite on the Foundation’s annual calendar, and we are pleased to be able to host the event once again.
“It is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit with friends and family, while giving back and making a difference.
“The money raised from the event will go towards causes and organisations that help people who are either homeless or living in poverty, especially pertinent at this time of year.”
The King’s College mixed choir, King’s Voice, will perform and lead the carols (pictured at a pre-Covid Fine and Country carol concert, main image).