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Traditional carols provide gift to trust

On a cold, wet and blustery Thursday a carolling group called The New Dickensians  added a splash of colour and Christmas cheer to the Sandersons Arcade in Morpeth. The singers and musicians were dressed as if they had just stepped out of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol and they sang a selection of traditional carols and Christmas songs. The group would like to thank the residents of Morpeth  for their generosity in giving �120 to The Sick Childrens Trust.

On a cold, wet and blustery Thursday a carolling group called The New Dickensians added a splash of colour and Christmas cheer to the Sandersons Arcade in Morpeth. The singers and musicians were dressed as if they had just stepped out of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol and they sang a selection of traditional carols and Christmas songs. The group would like to thank the residents of Morpeth for their generosity in giving �120 to The Sick Childrens Trust.

THE ghost of Christmas present was brought to life at a busy shopping centre as carollers collected a gift for poorly children.

The New Dickensians took to the Edwardian-style gallery in Morpeth’s Sanderson Arcade to perform a selection of traditional carols and Christmas songs.

The singers and musicians were dressed as if they had just stepped out of the pages of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.

And despite the cold, wet weather, their Christmas cheer and colourful outfits proved a hit with shoppers as they collected £120 for The Sick Children’s Trust.

The fund is the arcade’s chosen charity of the year.

 

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