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Romford MP Andrew Rosindell invites constituents for a sherry and sing song at Christmas carol concert

PUBLISHED: 14:30 06 December 2018

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell with constituents at the event last year. Photo: @AndrewRosindell

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell with constituents at the event last year. Photo: @AndrewRosindell

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The concert is at Margaret Thatcher House next Friday.

A poster for the event next Friday.A poster for the event next Friday.

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has invited constituents to join him for carols around the Christmas tree to get in the festive spirit.

The MP will be hosting the event at Margaret Thatcher House in Western Road, Romford next Friday (December 14) and carols will start at around 7pm.

The Salvation Army band performing at the Christmas carol event last year. Photo: @AndrewRosindellThe Salvation Army band performing at the Christmas carol event last year. Photo: @AndrewRosindell

Hot chocolate, eggnog, mulled wine. mince pies and Christmas yule log will all be served to residents and there will be a performance by the Salvation Army band, and a special guest appearance from a donkey from the Remus Horse sanctuary - which the night will be raising money for.

Mr Rosindell said: “It is a great community event, and anyone and everyone is welcome to come down and have a sherry and a sing, regardless of their political views.

“It’s a really nice day, and we will be raising money for the Remus Horse sanctuary that is in Ingatestone but is ran by people from Romford.

“I’ve invited all of the local schools and churches, and hopefully we have a brilliant night.”

For more information contact Maggie on 0207 2198475 or Sue on 01708 766700.

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