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Saturday, 19 April 2014

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WYLAM was awash with festive cheer as villagers joined their voices to a choir of school children for a special carol service around the town’s Christmas tree.

Pupils from class four of Wylam First School braved the cold to sing a number of well-loved carols around the tree at Charlie’s Corner.

They were joined by over 30 villagers who attended the annual event to get into the festive spirit in the run up to Christmas.

After the children’s performance, the Rev. Jane Cook, of Wylam Methodist Church, led the group in some carols.