From the local Press:
"OVER 150 singers from local choirs joined in harmony on Christmas Eve for the traditional performance around the streets of Falmouth.
Despite rain showers and a restaurant alarm going off, the 90 members of the Cornish Harmony Choir (CHC) were joined by over 60 singers from local villages and towns, attracting a “sea of people" to hear them.
The group, with members of male voice choirs from across Cornwall, made their way from Grove Place to The Moor, stopping at selected points to sing traditional Cornish carols for gathering crowds.
“There was nothing but a sea of people looking down to the docks and up to the Grapes Inn when we sang outside the church – there must have been thousands there,” Ron Medlyn, choir chairman, said
The choir sang at five locations around the town centre, including the main concert at the steps of King Charles Church.
It was the 113th Christmas Eve performance for the CHC – formerly the Falmouth Docks Choir.
The Harmony members were joined by choristers from Treverva Male Voice Choir and Nankersey Singers as well as members of Constantine and Stithians choirs
and from choirs in St Ives and Mousehole.
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