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Christmas Presence concert returns with a new home

Where: John Street Baptist Church, Stroud

When: Thursday, December 12, 7pm

The Door's much-loved Christmas Presence concert returns this week with a new home at John Street Baptist Church in Stroud.

This year's concert, starting at 7pm (doors at 6:30pm) on Thursday, December 12, will feature performances from the Stanley Singers, Megan Strachan (Soprano) and other guests as well as the opportunity to warm up your voices and join in the community carols.

The concert is raising funds for local youth charity The Door which provides safe spaces and positive role models for young people aged 11-25 and their families, offering them a place to feel they belong and to be empowered, and giving them hope for their futures.

Anne Townsend, events and operations co-ordinator for The Door, said: "Christmas Presence is the perfect way to kick-start your Christmas and get into the festive spirit. I always look forward to it so much and 2019 is no different.

"With amazing musical talent and a great community atmosphere, it's going to be another wonderful evening."

Tickets are £8 (£5 concessions) and are available now from The Door Shop and Scroll Eaters. They can also be reserved by calling 01453 756745 and will be available on the night.

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