Community choir raises more than £1,000 with charity concert

Watford Observer: Kings Langley Community Choir. Picture from stock. Kings Langley Community Choir. Picture from stock.

A community choir from Kings Langley helped raise more than £1,000 for a charity supporting vulnerable children.

Kings Langley Community Choir, joined by Hemel Hempstead based choir, ‘Just A Capella’ performed at Hope for Children’s (HOPE) 20th anniversary summer concert at St Johns Church, Boxmoor.

The summer concert raised £1,310 and this will go towards supporting disadvantaged children across the country.

Rachel Simkin, HOPE events and volunteer manager, said: "Our summer concert was a wonderful event and a fantastic way to start HOPE’s celebrations in our anniversary year.

"We are extremely thankful to both choirs for kindly offering to perform in support of HOPE."


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