The Deputy Mayor of Hailsham will be among those to attend the Hailsham branch of the Royal Air Force Association’s Christmas concert on Sunday [4 December].
The concert, which takes place at Hailsham Pavilion in George Street, will feature a string of classic Christmas tunes performed by Wealden Brass including March of the Cobblers, Sweet Chiming Christmas Bells, Journey Through America and In the Bleak Midwinter, as well as more contemporary tunes such as When a Child is Born and a selection of music from Mary Poppins.
The Hailsham Community College Orchestra are scheduled to play during the interval and will perform Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy, Walking in the Air and Pastorale from Corelli’s Christmas Concerto.
All funds raised from the concert will go towards the RAFA Wings Appeal, a fundraising project set up to provide welfare support for veterans from those involved in World War II through to today’s serving RAF personnel and their families.
“The Royal Air Force Association has offered a programme that is filled with all the old festive favourites as well as more contemporary pieces of music,” said Deputy Town Mayor Councillor Amanda O’Rawe, who is delighted to be attending the concert.
“The Wings Appeal serves to help people remember those who gave their lives selflessly to protect Britain and preserve the way of life we enjoy. I hope that our veterans and local residents will take the time to go along to the concert, which will help raise vital funds for such a good cause.”
The concert starts at 3pm. Tickets are priced at £6 each for adults or £3 for children under 16.
With limited seats available, early bookings are strongly recommended. Tickets will be available within the Quintins Centre from Monday 28th November. Alternatively, they can be reserved by calling the Hailsham Pavilion box office on 01323 841414.
For more information about the RAFA Wings Appeal, visit www.rafa.org.uk/wingsappeal.asp
Terry Hall, Communications Officer
Hailsham Town Council, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE
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