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Lifeboat station holds its first carol concert

Arun Choral Society performing on the Shoreham all-weather lifeboat in the boathouse

Arun Choral Society performing on the Shoreham all-weather lifeboat in the boathouse

THE sound of Christmas rang out from Shoreham Lifeboat Station for its first carol concert.

Members of Arun Choral Society performed from the all-weather lifeboat on Wednesday, December 18.

The society, which had performed at the station’s open day in June, stood on the Tamar class lifeboat inside the boathouse for the concert.

The lifeboat crew, volunteers from the station, coastguards and flank lifeboat station crew were joined by other invited guests to sing along with the carols.

Although the wind was howling outside and the rain beating down, the choir, crew and guests were warmed by mulled wine and hot mince pies in the interval.

Keith Phelps, Shoreham lifeboat operations manager, said: “Arun Choral Society enjoyed performing here at our open day in the summer and jumped at the chance at returning to sing carols.

“It is the first time we have held at a carol service in the boathouse and it certainly made it feel festive.”

Arun Choral Society is based in Arundel and performs at Arundel Cathedral, as well as putting on charity concerts.

 

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