A pub opened its doors to a community choir to raise hundreds of pounds for a local charity.
The Duke of Wellington pub in Brighton Road, Shoreham welcomed Portslade choir The Tone Rangers to help raise funds for The Purple People Kitchen.
The choir sang a mixture of Christmas carols, sea shanties and more modern numbers to get the pub-goers in the festive spirit.
Singers raised nearly £300 for the panel.
Choir Director Sharon Lewis said: “The Purple People Kitchen are doing a fantastic job for their local community and as a community choir we wanted to help.
“We are very grateful to the Duke of Wellington for providing us with the stage for the evening and we hope everyone enjoyed the performance.”
Tone Rangers meet every Wednesday at the South Portslade Community Center on Church Road and are open to new members.
The choir restarts after the festive season on January 11th, with more information on their website.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23194572.portslade-choir-raises-hundreds-food-bank-carols/?ref=rss The Portslade Choir raises hundreds for a panel of Christmas carols