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Northumbria University Carol Service 2023

Newcastle Cathedral

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You and your family are invited to Northumbria University's Carol Service on Wednesday, 13 December 2023.

The service will take place at 6.30pm in Newcastle Cathedral, St Nicholas Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1PF, and will be followed by light festive refreshments.

Northumbria University's Carol Service is an annual event and will include performances from the University and Cathedral Choirs.

To register your attendance, please complete the form below. For queries email venues@northumbria.ac.uk.

Please note, the event will be live-streamed to enable the University’s wider community of alumni and friends to take part in the celebration.Those who indicate their virtual attendance when registering below will receive a link to watch the live-stream.

Event Details

Newcastle Cathedral
St Nicholas Square
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1PF


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