The King’s Community Celebration - Event UpdateSMon 8th May 2023
Beverley Town Council is pleased to announce the line-up of local music groups performing at the King’s Community Celebration, which will be held on Monday 8th May 2023 at Beverley Minster.
The planned schedule is as follows: ·
1pm to 2.30pm - East Riding Youth Orchestra and Wind Band. ·
2.45pm to 3.15pm - Beverley Town Handbell Ringers. ·
3.15pm to 3.45pm - Beverley Male Voice Choir. ·
3.45pm to 4.15pm - Beverley Ukulele Group. ·
4.15pm to 5pm - Beverley Church Lads’ and Girls’ Brigade (CLGB).
Beverley Town Council said: “We want this to be an occasion full of true community spirit, which all of these talented groups will bring to the event. From long-standing local treasures like the Handbell Ringers and Male Voice Choir, through to the infectious enthusiasm of the Ukulele Group and young musicians from the Youth Orchestra and CLGB.
We hope it will be a relaxed and informal afternoon, with residents and visitors able to come and go as they please.” Everyone attending the event is welcome to bring a picnic to eat either inside the Minster or within surrounding grounds.
Doors open at 12noon on Bank Holiday Monday 8th May 2023 and there will be a wide range of local community groups promoting their activities and encouraging new volunteers, all within the spirit of the national “Big Help Out” initiative being led by His Majesty King Charles III. The King’s Community Celebration is completely free to attend, with people invited to come and go as they wish - you can sit down to watch the performers, wander in and around the Minster whilst listening to the music or simply enjoy a family picnic at a truly remarkable location