Join in with the festive spirit by coming along to the Mayor of Rochdale’s Civic Carol Service.
The Mayor, Councillor Peter Rush, is hosting the ever popular event at St Joseph’s Church in Heywood at 7pm on Wednesday December 11, followed by the chance to feast on mulled wine and mince pies at Heywood Civic Centre
The special service, which is being organised in conjunction with Churches Together, will feature traditional Christmas carols.
There will also be a collection for the Mayor’s charity appeal, which is raising funds for Rochdale Branch of Parkinson's UK and other local charities.
Everyone is invited to what is sure to be a very enjoyable evening said the Mayor, who added: “We are expecting a large turnout as the Civic Carol Service is always a special occasion and really helps to get people in the mood for Christmas. I hope as many people as possible will come along and enjoy the service.”
The carol service is free and begins at 7pm - guests are asked to be seated by 6.45pm.
As is traditional at the event, following the service everyone is invited to join the Mayor for a drink and warmed mince pie at Heywood Civic Centre.
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