Carols Round The Christmas Tree At Sudley House, 2007
Sunday 23 December 2007 was the date for an occasion to remember: Carols Round the Christmas Tree at Sudley House, the historic home of a Victorian Mayor of Liverpool. The free singalong afternoon concert saw almost three hundred people came to enjoy the company and the carolling with Live-A-Music and the Children’s Choir.
This event was supported by the National Museums Liverpool and offered a warm welcome to everyone. The musicians (Martin Anthony (Tony) Burrage, John Peace, Richard Gordon-Smith and Hilary Burrage) were all members of Live-A-Music, a group also known as Elegant Music. The children’s choir of Mossley Hill Parish Church also performed.
Sudley House has an excellent tearoom for refreshments throughout the afternoon, and provides full disabled access. It is set in peaceful parkland and offers spectacular views across the River Mersey to the Wirral and beyond, to Moel Famau in Wales.
Visitor information and location and travel advice for Sudley House is available here.
Sudley House: Victorian Home Of A Mayor Of Liverpool
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Autumn Glory In Sefton Park
Sefton Park, Liverpool: Winter Solstice 2006
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Posted on December 23, 2007, in Arts, Culture And Heritage, Events And Notable Dates, Liverpool And Merseyside, People And Places, The Music, Travel and tagged Travel. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.