Go to a Carol Service
We love singing carols but this year going along in person is a bit tricky. The good news is that many churches and charities are streaming services live online instead. Most are free, some you need to register ahead, others you can just join at the time.
There are lots around - check and see what your local church or favourite charity is doing by searching by name online. Or join one of these big events, which promise to be magical...
York Minister have a range of services you can attend including this Carols By Candlelight on the 16th Dec at 7.30. It's free but donations are welcome.
Lambeth Palace have world-class musicians at their concert on Tuesday 15th at 7.30. It's free but donations are welcome. More infomation here to reserve a space at their Starry Night event in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities.
The Carers Trust Online Carol Concert from St John's Smith Square is at 6.30 on Thursday the 10th. Tickets here are £10 but it's a star-studded event and all proceeds go to the charity that supports unpaid carers.
St Paul's have a Celebration of Christmas with their Cathedral Choir and the City of London Sinfonia on Thursday 17th at 7pm. It's free, but you need to register here to get a ticket.
Alzheimer Scotland have a Home Comforts and Joy" Online concert at 7pm on 22nd Dec. A range of talent musicians will lead you in a great sing-a-long event. ]It's free (donations welcome) but you need to register here.
Salisbury Cathedral will be live-streaming their Christmas Day services. Just attend on the day. Click here for more.
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