NSPCC’s Carols By Candlelight at Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral is just days away
Tickets are available now for the NSPCC’s Carols by Candlelight, set to be a star studded night with celebrity supporter, Wet Wet Wet’s Kevin Simm joining guests at the Christmas event in Liverpool.
Kevin Simm, who won the 2016 series of The Voice, will be supporting the child protection charity’s event at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral on Wednesday 5th December along with Astrid from The Voice Kids, to entertain guests on the night.
Also performing at the event will be Merseyside’s leading pop choir Pop Vox, the Wirral Schools concert band, the senior choir from Alderley Edge School and Pownall Hall school choir.
Janette Drew, NSPCC community fundraiser for the NSPCC said: “Our Carols by Candlelight is such a fantastic event, and is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit and kick start your festive season. Tickets are selling fast so book now to avoid disappointment.”
This year, the NSPCC’s Christmas appeal, Light for Every Childhood, is focusing on how together we can shine a light on children experiencing neglect. Last year, nearly a third of all calls to the NSPCC helpline related to neglect, a figure that’s even higher at Christmas.
By supporting the NSPCC’s Light for Every Childhood campaign, you can help these children get the help they need.
Tickets are priced at £8 for adults or £6 for concessions. Under 16s go free. Admission is by ticket only. To purchase call the NSPCC North Appeals team on 0113 8871120. All proceeds will go to the NSPCC services in Liverpool.
Support for this year’s NSPCC Christmas campaign has been received from retail and leisure destination Liverpool ONE, who are selling festive pin badges to raise funds for the NSPCC.