Christmas Fun At Cirencester´s Bishops Walk

Cirencester's Bishops Walk covered shopping arcade will be filled with fun on four Saturdays before Christmas.

The free entertainment will begin on November 29 with a mid morning performance by the choir of Sapperton Primary School, singing from Bishops Walk balcony.

The choir theme will continue a week later with two performances by the well known Brewery Arts Community Choir, initially created as a concept for soldiers abroad by renowned musician Gareth Malone.

Cirencester College will also present a new portable printing machine, invented by students, and which gained high praise at a special education event featuring the work of college students.

And Cirencester College music technology students will create a unique piece of music to be demonstrated to shoppers in the centre, which will be decorated for the festive season by the management and arcade traders.

Completing the line-up will be Magic Wiz, known by children throughout the region for his magic shows and general foolery. Performances will take place on two Saturday mornings - December 13 and 30th.

A number of charities have been invited to stage bucket collections during the period -including Macmillan, CHYP, Cotswold Care Hospice

Posted: 04/11/2014 18:52:56

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