THE world’s largest cleft charity, Smile Train, is excited to announce that during #UKCharityWeek next week, they will be hosting their annual ‘Big Smile Carol Concert’ at The Grosvenor Chapel in Mayfair, London, as seen in the classic Christmas film, Love Actually.
On Tuesday 5th December at 7pm, the concert will feature a very special performance from British soul singer, Heather Small – who has recently been appointed as an Ambassador for the charity. Performing one of the nations’ favourite carols, Heather’s performance is guaranteed to spread smiles.
Alongside this, the concert will feature festive performances from the Choir of Grosvenor Chapel for guests to sing along to, and seasonal messages from the Smile Train UK team, including Smile Train UK Director, Ian Vallance.
It wouldn’t be Christmas time without mulled wine and mince pies – which will be available for guests to enjoy after the service.
The concert is free to attend, but any donations generously given on the night will allow Smile Train to continue providing free cleft surgery and comprehensive cleft care to children born with cleft globally – and help them to continue to change the world one smile at a time.
Roanne Moore, Carol Concert Curator and Development Manager at Smile Train UK said:
“We are delighted to once again be returning to The Grosvenor Chapel to officially kick off the festive season with our annual Christmas carol concert.
“We can’t wait to welcome everyone back to celebrate another wonderful year of creating smiles, with plenty of Christmas cheer!”
The Big Smile Carol Concert will be taking place on 5th December 2022, 7pm – 9pm.
Please RSVP at: smiletrain.org.uk/carols.