Carols and songs help Tree of Hope charity

    DEER SANTA Tree of Hope have helped Rhys, pictured with his mother, Naomi

    The choir of St Paul’s Church in Rusthall will be raising funds for the Kent-based children’s charity Tree of Hope with a special concert.

    The choristers will perform two hours of carols and Christmas songs on the bandstand in The Pantiles on Saturday, December 3, from 11.30am.

    The renowned Rusthall singers have appeared on BBC South East and at several cathedral Evensong services.

    Tree of Hope supports families raising money to pay for life-changing treatments and therapies that are not freely available through the NHS.

    Fundraising Manager Emma Bourne says: “We’re so grateful to St Paul’s Church Choir for their support. The money they raise could make it possible for a child who can’t walk now being able to take their first steps in 2017. What better Christmas present could you give to someone who is disabled?”

    For more information visit www.treeofhope.org.uk and www.stpaulsrusthall.org.uk

    SIMILAR ARTICLES