Deputy Lord Mayor Cllr Carole Johnson JP virtual carol service

As a seasoned Carole Myself!

And also Deputy Lord Mayor, of Bristol City Council I would like to support

The Virtual Carol concert to raise money for Lord Mayor’s Children Appeal!

A Virtual Carol concert to raise money for Lord Mayor’s Children Appeal
A virtual Christmas carol concert being held at 6.30pm on Friday (18 December), is hoping to raise money to support the Lord Mayor of Bristol’s Children’s Appeal

While the concert is free, viewers will be asked to donate money, if they can, to support the city’s children and young people if they can while watching the concert, which will feature Bold Brass, Blackbird Children’s Choir and the Bristol Show Choir.

Each year money raised by the appeal provides more than 1,600 children and young people in the city with £40 of vouchers for food, clothes and gifts at Christmas. The charity raises £66,000 each year in order to fulfil this commitment, with the vouchers being distributed by the city’s council’s Children and Young People’s Services department.

The money we raised makes a huge difference to some families at Christmas time and we are usually over-subscribed with requests for vouchers. It is more important this year than ever before because many families have been hit hard financially because of the impact of COVID-19.

The Lord Mayor of Bristol’s Children Appeal Carol concert can be watched on the Lord Mayor’s YouTube channel Bristol-LMCA at 6.30-6.45pm on Friday (18 December).

The children are our future…lets support this x

To make a donation to the appeal, visit

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Gail Kendell

Bristol City Council

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