Children from Danetree School did their bit to make Epsom a happier
place in the run-up to Christmas whilst also raising money for charity when
they went carol singing in the town’s busy Ashley shopping centre.
Over the course of 45 minutes, the school choir sang its Christmas
repertoire and raised more than £135 for Epsom Hospital with a performance
which organisers called ‘angelic’ and ‘beautiful’.
The choir is run by Mrs Olivia Chaffe and Mrs Natalie Sweeney, and in
addition to the upcoming school carol service, they already have
performances lined up for next year at the Epsom and Ewell Festival and
“I couldn’t be more proud of how the children performed,” said Mrs Chaffe.
“The reaction to their singing and the money raised for the hospital shows
just how much members of the public really appreciated their efforts.
“Being part of a choir is a wonderful thing to do, and I hope the memory of
what they’ve done this Christmas will inspire them to carry on signing in
the future and also encourage others to come and join us. We’ve always got
room for a few more members!”
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