Carollers sing at St Albans City station to raise money for women’s refuges
- Credit: Archant
Carollers have sung at City station to raise money for St Albans and Welwyn Hatfield women’s refuges.
Local members of Soroptimist International collected £380 for the refuges on Monday, December 3.
One commuter even said: “Thanks for what you’re doing to support the refuges – you sound great!”
Several children joined in by singing and dancing and even more people filmed it on smartphones.
A particular attraction was Jules the dog who encouraged people to give donations and strokes.
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The carollers decamped to Ayos Turkish restaurant afterwards for a meal.
This event is timed to be close to Human Rights Day when Soroptimists all around the world take action.
To find out more, visit www.un.org/en/events/humanrightsday
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