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Christmas guitar busk in bath
This Christmas, whether you’re fundraising to celebrate someone’s life, or just want to support the cause, there are plenty of events to get involved with.
Money raised will help us to provide and improve our services to support people affected by cancer, as well as providing a great opportunity to pick up some lovely Christmas gifts.
On the evenings of Thursday 24 and Saturday 26 November, and Saturday 3 and Saturday 10 December, visitors to the Bath Christmas Market can also enjoy Bath-based music school’s charity Christmas busk in the Abbey Green Archway and Churchyard. The group will be performing six Christmas songs including traditional songs and carols such as Jingle Bells and We Wish You A Merry Christmas, and chart hits such as Merry Christmas Everybody by Slade, and Merry Christmas (War is Over) by John Lennon.
Once again these events promise to be very special ways of remembering a loved one at this time. Guests are invited to sponsor a light and receive a pair of Macmillan ribbons, one to tie around the tree at the event and one to take home for their own tree.
An array of musical treats with guest bands the Kingswood Winds and the Fingers and Frets, joining the Westerly Showband.
If one person brings in cards for everyone at the office, most other staff feel the need to do the same thing. However you can head off the annual Christmas hand cramp by ordering one of our Christmas posters. Everyone in the office can just write one message before putting a donation in the Macmillan collection box. It’s an easy way to help a good cause and cross one Christmas task of your list.
To order a Christmas poster email ChristmasPosters@mktpoint.com| or call 0844 264 1064
For more information on any of the events please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org|
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© Macmillan Cancer Support 2013
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