Carers Trust online Carol Concert 2020

This year, our popular annual Christmas Carol Concert will be streamed from St John’s Smith Square, London at 6.30pm on 10 December, 2020.

Support unpaid carers this Christmas and join us for a wonderful concert, featuring:

  • Beautiful seasonal music from the acclaimed City of London Choir, directed by Hilary Davan Wetton.
  • Readings from a star-studded cast of readers including Hugh Bonneville, Derek Jacobi, Emma Thompson and Greg Wise, and a young carer, Lily May, who is supported by Bromley Well Young Carers, one of Carers Trust's Network Partners. We will also hear from Angela Rippon about why unpaid carers need our help this Christmas.

Tickets are just £10!

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Christmas raffle 2020– supporting unpaid carers this Christmas

We have some fantastic prizes in our 2020 Christmas raffle and every ticket you buy will help raise vital funds to support unpaid carers this Christmas. 

Find out more and buy your tickets online!

Carers Trust Carol Concert 2019

Thank you to everyone who supported Carers Trust’s Carol Concert on 3 December 2019 to raise funds to support our work to benefit unpaid carers. 

A star studded cast joined the acclaimed City of London Choir and internationally renowned trumpeter, Crispian Steele-Perkins, for Carers Trust’s third annual Carol Concert which was held at St George’s, Hanover Square, London.

Actors David Suchet and Greg Wise, along with carer Jaycee Labouche, gave readings, and presenter Andrew Marr made an impassioned closing address, highlighting the need for carers to be recognised and supported, and for all of us to support each other.

Northamptonshire Carers Choir sang a moving piece specially written for them by Matthew White, for which they received huge applause.

CLC World Resorts & Hotels

Carers Trust thanks all those who came to our 2019 Carol Concert and for so generously supporting us, along with our organising committee. Thanks to them and to sponsorship from CLC World Resorts & Hotels, the amount raised on the night to support unpaid carers this Christmas was £25,000.