Chiltern singers to perform at Hazlemere's Trinity Place care home
Residents at McCarthy and Stone’s Trinity Place Retirement Living development on Beaumont Road in Hazlemere are inviting locals to join them in getting into the Christmas spirit with a live performance by Chiltern Singers.
Trinity Place will be welcoming the choir on Wednesday December 11 at 1:30pm, who will be showcasing their singing talents with seasonal renditions of festive favourites.
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Julie Ward, National Sales Director at McCarthy and Stone, said: “Christmas is the season for bringing people together, and what better way to do that than by enjoying the seasonal sounds of the talented Chiltern Singers.
“At McCarthy & Stone we focus on creating a close-knit and supportive community, and our performance by Chiltern Singers is just one example of the entertaining activities we regularly host here at Trinity Place.
"We encourage everyone to join us in hearing what’s set to be a wonderful festive performance.”
Everyone who attends the forthcoming event at Trinity Place will also have the opportunity to take a tour of the development, meet with current residents, and find out more about the lifestyle that McCarthy and Stone offers.
The performance is part of McCarthy & Stone’s ‘At Home’ winter initiative, which has been inspired by the tradition of days gone-by that sees friends and family invited to gather at home for social occasions.
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To celebrate the festive season, the UK’s leading developer and manager of retirement communities will be hosting a range of exclusive free ‘At Home’ inspired events at its developments across the UK.
To confirm your place at the At Home event at Trinity Place, please call 0800 201 4811 or visit www.mccarthyandstone.co.uk.
More general information about Christmas events and activities at McCarthy and Stone developments up and down the country can be found at www.mccarthyandstone.co.uk/christmas/.
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