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Carol concert at Cheltenham College

PUBLISHED: 10:37 05 January 2016 | UPDATED: 10:52 05 January 2016

Inside the chapel before the concert

Inside the chapel before the concert

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Several hundred clients, friends and supporters of Willans LLP solicitors and LINC attended a candlelit concert at the beautiful Cheltenham College chapel.

Nick Cox, senior partner of Willans LLP opens the proceedingsNick Cox, senior partner of Willans LLP opens the proceedings

Guests enjoyed a mixture of popular carols led by local choir, Severn’s Eight, and Christmas poems read by patron Dr PJ Crook, Willans’ senior partner Nick Cox, and former College pupil and lawyer Kate Hickey. Mulled wine and mince pies were served in the dining hall afterwards.

Claudia Sturgeon and Elspeth ThomsonClaudia Sturgeon and Elspeth Thomson

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Helen and Cllr Duncan Smith, mayor of Cheltenham with Bridget RedmondHelen and Cllr Duncan Smith, mayor of Cheltenham with Bridget Redmond

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Richard Neale and Kate HickeyRichard Neale and Kate Hickey

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Rose and Tom JumpRose and Tom Jump

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Sophie Simmonds with David and Katie HammondSophie Simmonds with David and Katie Hammond

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Susan Hodgkinson, David Glass, Mark Hodgkinson and Sandra GlassSusan Hodgkinson, David Glass, Mark Hodgkinson and Sandra Glass

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Anna and Jenny HawrotAnna and Jenny Hawrot

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