Choral Society seranades commuters at St Albans City station

CAROLS at City Station performed by St Albans Choral Society raised almost �600 for Grove House hospice last Thursday evening.

The two-hour carolling session continues a tradition of the choir singing at the station which began two years ago. The amount raised from generous commuters was a record.

Complete with bells and Santa hats, the choir sang a range of favourites from Deck the Hall to Ding Dong Merilly on High.

Said Liz Hizli, community fundraiser at Grove House: “We are absolutely delighted at the amount raised for a very good cause, especially in these tough times. We would like to say a big thank you to St Albans choral Society, the kind commuters and the station authorities for enabling this to happen.”

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