Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s disability charity, held its first Christmas Carol Concert last week at Wimborne Minster and it was a truly magical evening.
Many staff, supporters and people the charity supports attended the Christmassy celebration where there were readings from renowned news reporter – Kate Adie, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Dorset – Angus Campbell, Josh Emery – elder brother to the triplets that attend Langside School and Andrea Lennox-Gordon – mum to Victoria who is supported by the charity.
The concert had sing-along performances from local choirs Citrus Singers and Vocal Impact and Elfin, the charity’s therapy pony greeted guests as on arrival.
Following the concert, the festivities continued with a tasty homemade mince pie and glass of wine.
Sue Reid, events manager at Diverse Abilities, said: “The carol concert was a fantastic festive evening with everyone in high spirits. Everyone who attended the event was helping to make a difference to extraordinary children and adults with disabilities in Dorset. We must give a big thank you to our event sponsor Colten Care along with Millard Photography and Cakes by Sadie who generously donated their time.”
For more information regarding Diverse Abilities, please visit www.diverseabilities.org.uk or call 01202 718266.