Eighty-seven members of the Roscommon Solstice Choir travel to London this Thursday to perform at a concert in aid of Acton Homeless Concern.
The concert will take place in St. Aidan’s Church, Old Oak Common Lane, Acton on Friday and will get under way at 7:30 pm. Admission is £10 and the Choir is asking readers in London, or those who have friends or relations in the greater London area, to support the event and to spread the word.
On Saturday the Choir will return to the Church to sing at 7pm Mass, which will be celebrated by Roscommon native Fr. Ultan Naughton.
Acton Homeless Concern was founded in 1989 by the priests of the Parish of our Lady of Lourdes in Acton, London as a practical response to the needs and problems of a large community of homeless people sleeping rough on local streets. In 2014 the charity marked its 25th anniversary with a 400% increase in clients and the subsequent delivery of services. A small army of volunteers work tirelessly to make AHC what it is: a beacon of hope for hundreds of people every day!
You can show your support for Roscommon Solstice Choir at facebook.com/roscommon.solstice.choir