Sainsbury’s supports Christmas Carol Concert

Sainsbury’s branches in Northfield, Longbridge and Selly Oak are ensuring tomorrow evening’s Christmas carol concert-goers won’t go hungry.

The supermarket giant has kindly donated 400 mince pies to QEHB Charity for attendees at the annual Christmas Carol Concert to tuck into. The festive sing-a-long, which is sponsored this year by Lookers Vauxhall, takes place at St Philip’s Cathedral in Birmingham City Centre and will include performances from the Band of the West Midlands Fire Service, St Peter’s Church of England school and St Edward’s Catholic Primary School.

Debee Bowyer (pictured above far left), from Sainsbury’s Northfield, said: “We are proud to support the QEHB Charity’s fantastic Christmas carol concert in this way. As a local cause which makes a huge difference in the community the Charity is very popular with staff and customers here..”

This year, the Christmas Carol Concert will raise funds in support of three worthy hospital causes: the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Faith Centre; the Dignity in Care Fund, which supports elderly patients; and Fisher House, QEHB Charity’s ‘home away from home’ for military patients and their families.

Doors open at 7pm tomorrow. For further information about the concert please contact Michael Tivey on 0121 371 4852.

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