Get into the festive spirit with Town Foundation’s Carol Concert!

Huddersfield Town Foundation are warming up their vocal cords to give it their all at their upcoming Carol Concert!

Set for Thursday 9th December, the event will see children from the Foundation’s partner primary schools take to the stage and sing a variety of festive carols and songs. The children will also be joined by the club’s band, Terrier Brass, for an evening of family-friendly entertainment and festivities. The event is sponsored by Huddersfield recruitment agency Stafflex

Established in 2000, Stafflex are the experts in providing quality staff to the education, office, industrial and engineering sectors.

Furthermore, the company sponsors the home of Shelley Community Football Club, the Stafflex Arena, which hosts 32 teams including Huddersfield Town Women.

Tickets for the Carol Concert are priced at £5 per adult and £3 per child, with a family ticket (two adults and two children) also available for £14.

Doors open at 6.30pm with the service starting at 7pm. Refreshments will be served after the service at 8.00pm
Bookings can be made online via Eventbrite NOW by CLICKING HERE.

The Town Foundation’s Fundraising Executive Lisa Bottomley commented: “This event is about bringing people together for some Christmas cheer and creating a real sense of community, whatever your age or background. I can’t wait to welcome everybody to St Mary’s in Mirfield!

“I’d also like to personally thank Stafflex for their support. With them being a family-run business they share similar values to ourselves and we look forward to developing a strong relationship going forwards.”

Nemi Alexis, Marketing Manager for Stafflex added:“We’re delighted to support this year’s concert and it’s great to be involved with the Town Foundation and their amazing work across Kirklees.

“We have a rich history of supporting our local community and this concert is the perfect way to help bring everyone together in this special time of the year.”

Huddersfield Times

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