Stars turn out for NSPCC carol service
A STAR-studded carol service will be held at Southwell Minster next Friday.
ChildLine founder and TV Broadcaster Esther Rantzen, Burberry's head fashion designer, Christopher Bailey and BBC1's Dr Harrison from historical drama Cranford, Simon Woods, will all be reading out their favourite Christmas stories at the event, which starts at 7pm.
The service has been arranged by the new Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, Sir John Peace, who will donate the proceeds to the NSPCC and ChildLine.
Sir John Peace, said: "I'm delighted to be hosting this year's carol concert in aid of the NSPCC.
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"The charity's history in the county spans more than 100 years and their work supporting vulnerable children is as important now as it has ever been.
"For many, Christmas is a time of great happiness, but for some young people it can be an extremely difficult time of year. I hope that people will join me in supporting the NSPCC."
The Dean of Southwell, the Very Revd John Guille, said: "This special evening promises to be a superb way to enjoy seasonal music, with some thought-provoking stories. "