An evening of festive music will be held in Lynn’s town hall next week in aid of the charity supported by West Norfolk’s mayor, Colin Manning.
The annual Mayor’s Charity appeal is currently supporting The Bridge For Heroes, which provides support to both current and former members of the armed forces.
And tickets are now on sale for the Christmas concert, which is being organised by the Mayor’s Charity committee chaired by Mr Manning’s deputy, David Whitby, and which will take place next Wednesday, December 9, from 7pm.
Performers taking part in the show will include the Marham Military Wives Choir, Olivia White and the Lavender Hill Mob.
The Springwood High School concert band, as well as students from the primary schools in Northwold and Weeting will also be taking part.
Tickets are priced £7.50, which includes a glass of wine or fruit juice and a mince pie. All proceeds will go to the appeal.
Mr Manning said: “It is sure to be a thoroughly enjoyable evening for all so please find time to show your support for local talent and the Bridge for Heroes and, more importantly, some time for you have some good old fashioned fun.”
To book your tickets for the event, phone the West Norfolk Council civic office.