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Many parts of the UK will be joining together on Wednesday 16th December to take part in a massive community carol service — while still being able to socially distance.

In the same way that we all came out to clap for the NHS earlier in the year, Red Kite Radio is hoping that Haddenham will come together to belt out some truly beautiful carols to the accompaniment of brass band music being broadcast by the radio station.

You can get the song sheet and, if you want to play along on your own instrument, the sheet music at: www.doorstepcarols.co.uk .

Then, wrap up warm and join Red Kite Radio at 6pm on 107.2 FM and raise your voices to banish some of this Covid gloom!

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