Towers Convent ‘angels’ sing to help the homeless

Harpist Chloe Ellman Baker accompanies The Towers Convent School  Picture: Warwick Baker

Harpist Chloe Ellman Baker accompanies The Towers Convent School Picture: Warwick Baker

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SHOPPERS were treated to an hour of Christmas carols by students from The Towers Convent School.

The senior choir from the Upper Beeding school sang at the Holmbush Shopping Centre in Shoreham on Monday, to raise money for the homeless in Brighton and Worthing.

A host of parents went along for the annual concert, which featured the senior orchestra accompanying the choir in the shopping centre’s atrium.

Head teacher Clare Trelfa said: “As a result of their beautiful singing and shoppers’ generosity, the pupils raised just over £400, which our warm-hearted junior Towers parents have just boosted to £637.28 after two junior carol services.

“On Friday, we shall be holding two senior carol services, from which we are hoping parental contributions will raise our charitable donation to near £1,000.

“Our sincere wish is that this sum will ease the plight of some of the homeless in Brighton and Worthing and that they will have a Christmas to remember.”

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