Choristers Bring Festive Spirit To Day Centre

19th December 2022

Our talented choristers and musicians have brought some festive cheer to village residents.

The Chapel Choir were joined by the Flute Ensemble for a captivating Christmas concert at Liphook Day Centre.

And after singing a wonderful medley of festive favourites – including Hark, The Herald Angels Sing, Carol of the Bells and O Little Town of Bethlehem – the young choristers and flautists helped hand out gifts to day centre guests as Santa himself made a surprise appearance.

The school and the day centre – which is also known as The Peak Centre – have traditionally strong links, with prep school children regularly undertaking community activities at the Midhurst Road venue while the visit of the annual festive carollers is always popular.

Highfield Head Suzannah Cryer said: “We love being part of the thriving Liphook community and we are especially proud of the strong links that we have with amazing places such as Liphook Day Centre.

“The annual Christmas concert is always a special occasion and is loved by residents and children alike, and this year was absolutely no exception. I’m delighted that our singers and our flautists have again spread some Christmas cheer.”

Liphook Day Centre is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9.30am-3.15pm, offering elderly residents a place to socialise and a freshly-cooked meal.