Royston Choral Society perform with plenty of gusto at parish church

PUBLISHED: 10:02 25 December 2015

St. John the Baptist Parish Church carol concert. Credit: Clive Porter

St. John the Baptist Parish Church carol concert. Credit: Clive Porter

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Royston Choral Society were on song for a Christmas carol concert on Saturday with plenty of gusto.

Thomas Scrope, Laura Barraclough, and William Hale with Christmas tree at the St. John the Baptist Parish Church carol concert on Saturday. Credit: Clive PorterThomas Scrope, Laura Barraclough, and William Hale with Christmas tree at the St. John the Baptist Parish Church carol concert on Saturday. Credit: Clive Porter

Under the stewardship of Andrew O’Brien – the group’s musical director and conductor for the past three months – the group performed to a packed audience at Royston Parish Church, with a selection from the late Sir David Willcocks proving particularly popular.

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