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Carols to fill the air in Chafford Hundred

PUBLISHED: 16:11 17 December 2014 | UPDATED: 16:11 17 December 2014

The Chafford Hundred Community Church choir (pictured last year) will perform on December 21

The Chafford Hundred Community Church choir (pictured last year) will perform on December 21

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Chafford Hundred residents will be dusting off their vocal chords for the annual Carols on the Green on the corner of Felipe Road and Rainbow Road.

The event is organised by Chafford Hundred Community Church, who is also holding its annual Christmas Fayre at Harris Academy Secondary on December 21, 2pm.

This festive extravaganza promises pony rides, sheep walking, small animals to pet and a reindeer derby!

For more information call Sharon Bartels on 01375 484101 or email sharon.bartels@mycommunitychurch.org.uk.

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