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Christmas Carol Sing-Along

Imagine having oodles of fun whilst meeting new people! There is always a great mix of friendly people on our events so if you are in the mood to try some new activities, then this is the event for you.
15th December 2018 11.30am  
Manchester Cathedral, Victoria St, Manchester M3 1SX 
FREE 
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Want to meet people and try new activities?

Imagine having oodles of fun whilst meeting new people! There is always a great mix of friendly people on our events so if you are in the mood to try some new activities, then this is the event for you.

Our priority is to make sure people have fun and make new friends in a safe friendly environment. Your host will text you in advance to ease any nerves, welcome you and introduce you to other members, as well as being on hand to ensure you have a great time.


Join us at the Cathedral to sing some Christmas carols; just turn up and stay as long as you like.


As well as singing carols and getting into the Christmas spirit, there will the opportunity to support Christian Aid’s projects around the world. Your money will go towards life-changing projects, including helping people to access health care, education and clean water as well as helping to build peace within conflict affected countries. Thank you for your support. For more information, visit Christian Aid.
Manchester Cathedral has been centre stage in its city’s history for nearly 600 years. In 1421 Henry V signed a royal charter granting permission for a collegiate church to be built.


In 1847 a new Manchester diocese was created and this historic church became a Cathedral.
This Grade I listed masterpiece has not only provided a stage on which the city of Manchester’s compelling history has been played out but also provided some of the leading actors for this narrative. Century after century the stone walls have survived wars and bombings, Henry VIII’s reformation and Queen Elizabeth I’s spy, witnessed the birth of the world’s anti-slavery movement and lived the Industrial Revolution first hand.

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What our Members say:
Going to a music festival was one of my ‘bucket list’ activities to try. Admittedly I had something like Glastonbury in mind but when I saw a local music festival on the calendar I signed up straight away. I had a lot of fun. Thanks for a great time. Julie.

I have never been to a murder mystery party, and wasn’t sure whether it was my cup of tea but I was roped into it by other members. It was a fun evening with plenty of laughs. I would definitely recommend giving it a try. Pete.

 
These are the kind of events that Social Circle does best - always fun, great people.
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