Christmas charity concert today in Hall’s Green

PUBLISHED: 07:01 18 November 2017 | UPDATED: 08:13 18 November 2017

Minnie Birch will be performing at the event. Picture: Helen Folkstock

Minnie Birch will be performing at the event. Picture: Helen Folkstock

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Award-winning jewellers Harriet Kelsall is hosting a Christmas charity event at its Hall’s Green studio today.

Zoe Wren will be performing at the event. Picture: Helen Folkstock Zoe Wren will be performing at the event. Picture: Helen Folkstock

On offer will be mulled wine, mince pies and a dazzling display of original jewellery as well as free beading workshops where you can create your own Christmas tree decorations and live demonstation by the talented goldsmiths. There will also be a prize raffle, with all of the proceeds going to The British Heart Foundation and The Chain of Hope

Live music will also be featured from midday, with acoustic female singer songwriters from Hertfordshire Zoe Wren, Minnie Birch and Emily Aldrich.

Zoe has been featured on BBC Radio 2 while Minnie Birch on BBC Radio 1, and BBC Three Counties Radio. Here’s your chance to enjoy them up close and personal at this intimate family event, set in the beautiful converted barn in Halls Green.

Zoe said: “I love Christmas and all the celebration and music it brings with it, but when the festive spirit is used to support a worthy cause that makes it even more special.

Zoe Wren will be performing at the event. Picture: Helen Folkstock Zoe Wren will be performing at the event. Picture: Helen Folkstock

“That’s why I’m really looking forward to performing at Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery’s event, alongside two fantastic artists Minnie Birch and Emily Aldrich - it’ll be a wonderfully festive afternoon, and all in support of two important charities, The Chain of Hope and the British Heart Foundation.”

The event has free parking and entry. It will run today from 9:45am-5pm at North Barn, Fairclough Hall Farm, Halls Green.

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