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Thursday, 21 December 2017 08:38

Ysgol Eirias Carol Service at St Paul's Church Featured

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Ysgol Eirias students and teachers did it again last night with another incredible evening of celebration leaving the public wondering, “how do they make each year as magical as the last”?

 The school choir and orchestra featuring over a 100 students from all years, alongside some of our talented staff and peripatetic teachers, entertained a packed church with some stunning carols and a magical rendition of music from the Harry Potter films.

Other highlights included the Harp Ensemble, Gospel Choir and the Senior Ensemble’s performance of Please Come Home for Christmas and Chuck Berry’s ever popular Run Rudolph, Run

The Carol Concert raised £580.58 with £500.00 going to Clic Sargent and £80.58 going to St Paul’s Church.

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