The North West Air Ambulance Charity is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a festive carol concert at 7.30pm on Friday, December 5, hosted by record producer and Pop Idol judge Pete Waterman.
The annual Christmas concert, which will take place at Manchester Cathedral, includes a festive spread of traditional carols, seasonal readings and a candlelit reflection.
Both Manchester Airport Choir and Dee Sign Choir will be performing at the event.
Gillian Edwards, regional fundraiser at the North West Air Ambulance Charity said: “Last year’s concert was a huge success, raising over £2,000 for our charity, and we want to build on that at this year’s concert so we can help even more people in 2015.”
Tickets for the concert are now on sale, priced at £5 for concession, £10 for adults and £15 for families.
To book, contact the charity on 0151 547 7830 or visit www.nwaa.net/carol-concert.