by Press Officer on 14 December, 2012
Staff and adults with learning disabilities from two West Sussex County Council services have been singing Christmas carols in Chichester.
The 36 adults and staff from The Oak Community Project, in Rustington, and The Pines Day Centre, in Durrington, were joined by Peter Catchpole, Cabinet Member for Health and Adults’ Services, as they sang a medley of well-known songs at County Hall.
These included Jingle bells, Away in a Manger, Santa Claus is coming to Town, White Christmas, Silent Night and We wish you a Merry Christmas.
They began rehearsing for the concert two months ago.
Peter said: “I enjoy singing so it was a pleasure to take part with this group.
“Their concert was a reminder to everyone that West Sussex County Council promotes an inclusive society.”
To find out more visit www.westsussex.gov.uk/dayservices
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