Thomas Mills High School Alumni Association invite people to join their Christmas carolling around Framlingham
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Members of a Suffolk school’s alumni will be carol singing at locations around their town this evening in support of charity.
The Thomas Mills High School Alumni Association will be accompanied by a brass band for the sing-along in Framlingham.
More than 40 people are confirmed to be attending the event, which will take place at a variety of locations around the town.
Funds raised from the carol singing will go towards the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, which supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across the region.
It is the first year for the alumni and its first carolling event.
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Adam Chittock, alumni co-ordinator at the school, said he hoped people would come to watch the singing and “anyone is welcome to join in the fun”.
The carol singing will begin at 7pm this evening, Wednesday.
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