Carols at the Castle is a popular charity event held in the magnificent grounds of Warwick Castle on Saturday 17th December 2016. The spectacular event held annually in the dramatic surroundings of Warwick Castle is a highlight of the festive calendar and raises funds of many local causes.
It is expected that the evening will be enjoyed by a capacity crowd of 2,500 people so it is advisable to book early. Last year’s event sold out well in advance and record funds were raised for local charities. The event encourages full participation from attendees and will feature carol singing from the outstanding Choirs of St Mary’s Church accompanied by the Royal Spa Brass Band.
Carols at Warwick Castle is held annually in the run up to Christmas and is for many people the start of their Christmas festivities. It is a great opportunity for families and people of all ages to get together and join in singing carols led by the excellent choir of St Mary’s and Royal Spa Brass.
Set against the magnificent setting of the Castle’s East Gate, the event has a wonderful atmosphere and visitors have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of stalls offering such fare as mince pies, baked potatoes, sausage rolls and warm drinks including mulled wine.
The money raised by the event goes to local charities and towards good causes. This is organised by The Warwick Lions, Rotary Club and the Friends of St Mary’s Choir. Warwick Castle provides the venue and many helpful support services free of charge.