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Spirit of Chirstmas

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Chester Catherdral
Chester
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Event timing: Early December
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In aid of The Neuromuscular Centre (NMC)

A magical evening awaits you at Chester Catherdral with music and festive readings to ensure your Christmas starts with a sparkle.

Joining the festivities will be many star guests from TV, stage and screen. We’ve previously welcomed such actors as Jessica Hynes, Carey Mulligan, Jim Broadbent and Jim Carter.

The Neuromuscular Centre’s Spirit of Christmas concert is an annual event, and is just one of the many ways we raise funds to provide vital services and employment for people with muscular dystrophy across the North West and beyond.

Once more we will be running the popular primary school choir competition across Cheshire, in association with Chesters Dee 106.3. The winning choir will have the opportunity to perform at the concert and mingle with the stars!

We would like to thank all of the stars who are donating their free time for this wonderful cause.

Ticket prices ranging from £10- £50 (including champagne reception with celebrities). Please contact Fundraising on 01606 861733 or visit the website.

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