ANYONE who would like to take part in the popular “Lancashire Sings Christmas” event, broadcast by BBC Radio Lancashire, is invited to go long to the Low Moor Club, in St Paul’s Street, Clitheroe, next Thursday (December 22nd).
Between 7 and 8 p.m. churches and Churches Together groups from across Lancashire will arm themselves with radios and step out of their own buildings and into pubs, clubs, supermarkets, residential homes and other places where people gather. Their aim is to join in the largest Carol Service in the county.
BBC Radio Lancashire will head things up from the Radio theatre in Blackburn, and live links and texts will ensure that everyone taking part across the county shares in an interactive hour of carol singing and celebration.
Lancashire Sings Christmas is also taking place at The Brown Cow, in Chatburn, and anyone going along to either venue is asked to arrive by 6-45 p.m.
There is also a full programme of Christmas services taking place at St Paul’s Church in Low Moor and at its sister church, Christ Church, in Chatburn.
On Christmas Eve at St Paul’s there is a Crib and Christingle service at 6 p.m. followed by a more reflective Christmas communion at 8 p.m. At Christ Church on Christmas Eve there is a Christingle service at 4-15 p.m. and midnight Communion beginning at 11-30 p.m.
On Christmas Day St Paul’s and Christ Church have a combined morning service at 10 a.m. at Chatburn. All are welcome at these services.