On Tuesday 19 December, music, art and drama students from all years at Caedmon College will come together to present an evening showcasing their work. This will take place at the Normanby site, in the hall and begins at 6.00pm.
We would like to invite families and friends of the College to come along and support the students and enjoy the evening.
All proceeds during the evening will go towards the charity RealAid, a charity based in East Yorkshire. Abi Killick, CEO of the charity, says: “All money raised will stay within Yorkshire and will go towards helping vulnerable families – this is mainly with food parcels, basic hygiene items and furnishing the homes of people who have been re-homed by the council due to domestic violence, long term hospital stays and, sadly, more increasingly because of not been able to afford to pay private landlord rent and fees. We have seen a huge upturn in people needing help due to austerity, so every pound makes a difference”.
Tickets cost £3 for adults and £2 for children and are available on the door. Refreshments will be included though donations towards these are welcome – anything above the cost will go towards RealAid. Catering students are baking mince pieces especially for the concert. The evening will be completely hosted by the students. The drama groups will be performing, there will be the College choir, GCSE groups and soloists. Some of the pieces will be those that were learnt on our annual music exchange to Chambery, France, which took place last month. There will also be an exhibition of artwork by students.
If you would like any more information about the event, please contact Mrs Beattie, the music teacher, at the College. We look forward to a fabulous festive evening!