Hundreds visit Ely Cathedral for King’s Ely’s annual Service of Readings and Carols
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Hundreds of people visited Ely Cathedral for King’s Ely’s annual Service of Readings and Carols.
The service begun with Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir singing The Holly and The Ivy, in a new arrangement by director Sarah McDonald.
The Chapel Choir, King’s Barbers and Edmund Aldhouse, Ely Cathedral’s assistant organist, also performed.
Carols included Once in Royal David’s City, O Come All Ye Faithful and Hark the Herald Angels Sing.
There were also prayers and readings, ending with The Word Made Flesh, read by principal Sue Freestone.
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King’s Ely Junior also hosted its own Christmas concert and Acremont held a carol service.
Throughout the month the school held a sponsored Santa Run and Christmas fair, Christmas jumper days, a Winter Wonderland and Christmas parties.
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Money raised from the events will go towards a number of charities that were chosen by pupils.