Town Hall in Saxon Square, Christchurch

Venue: Saxon Square

Tonight’s event took place in Saxon Square, Christchurch. The performer was the Funky Little Choir; the charity was Christchurch Rotary Club’s Christmas Appeal in aid of Macmillan Caring Locally, Christchurch Salvation Army and Christchurch Community Partnership Dementia Project. 
Videos will be added shortly.
The sponsors were Pippa & Kelvin Medley-Jones from Primrose Charitable Trust and they presented a cheque for £500 to Marianne Abley, the President of Christchurch Rotary Club. Brian Clarke of the Christchurch Rotary Club introduced the performer. 
The Funky Little Choir at CLAC
The Funky Little Choir at CLAC
The Funky Little Choir at CLAC
The Primrose Charity Trust presenting their sponsor's cheque to the Dorset Community Foundation

Pippa and Kelvin Medley-Jones of The Primrose Charity Trust presenting their sponsor’s cheque to the Dorset Community Foundation.

Tonight’s charity – all funds raised go to:

Dorset Community Foundation

In this last year we have awarded more than £1.2 million in grants to charities, groups and individuals across the county. Our donors and funders trust us to use their money where it can make the most impact because our expertise and knowledge of where the need exists in Dorset is unrivalled.
Because we are not cause specific, we can consider funding any area of disadvantage as long as it is Dorset-based. To find out more about us, how to donate and the grants we have available, see:

Tonight’s entertainment was provided by:

The Funky Little Choir –
December 22nd’s surprise performers!

The Funky Little Choir are a contemporary choir based in Bournemouth, no experience needed we love to sing

They performed some traditional Christmas songs with a fresh twist.


Thanks to the venue & sponsor:

Saxon Square

Courtyard setting in the centre of Christchurch surrounded by a selection of local retailers and big brands. Stay local – shop Saxon Square.

Saxon Square

Refreshments provided by Route 66 American Restaurant in Saxon Square – thank you!