Bringing sparkles and songs to Nottinghamshire
9th December 2019
At Arc Partnership we’re proud to support some of the key Christmas activities in Nottinghamshire and this week, the team have been in full seasonal swing, supporting local events.
With Christmas lights and Christmas carols, the festivities have well and truly begun.
On Wednesday 4th December, our team were at County Hall for the official switch-on of the Christmas tree lights, which we’ve sponsored for the third year in a row.
Cllr. Kevin Rostance, Chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council lead the event, while children from Butlers Hill Infant School and the new Hucknall Flying High Academy added to the festivities by singing some fabulous Christmas songs.
Father Christmas even managed to take time out of his busy schedule to present the children with some special gifts; and perhaps a mince pie or sausage roll too!
Thanks to Arc Partnership for sponsoring the lights and the delicious hot chocolateCllr Rostance, Chairman Notts County CouncilCC
As well as the Christmas lights celebration, we were also thrilled to sponsor “An Inspired Christmas Concert” at the Royal Concert hall on Monday 9th. This is an annual event, run by Inspire and supported by the National Youth Choirs GB.
The community enjoyed some amazing performances from some very talented young singers hailing from schools across the county and also from the Inspired Voices choir.
Arc Partnership are pleased to sponsor the Christmas Tree lights at County Hall and the Inspired Christmas Concert. We hope that they’re both enjoyed by all throughout the festive period.’Daniel Maher, MD, Arc Partnership
Highlights included a beautiful version of “O Holy Night” by Colonel Frank Seery School, the fabulous flute playing and Makaton signing of “Silent Night” by Abbey Primary and John Blow Primary, as well as a flawless performance of “Carol of the Bells” by Inspired Voices. It’s clear that there’s no shortage of talent in Nottinghamshire.
The concert was a great start to the Christmas countdown and we’re delighted to have been part of it.
Merry Christmas everyone!
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