Parishioners will welcome a very special guest to one of their Christmas concerts.
St George's Church in Mossley is holding its third Christmas Tree Festival between December 13 and 15.
On Friday, December 13, it will play host to the Emmaus Christmas concert, featuring Mossley Hollins High School band and local primary schools.
It will also be attended by the Civic Mayor of Tameside Cllr Leigh Drennan and special guest Terry Waite CBE.
The Vicar of Mossley, Father David Warner, said: “I’m delighted that we’ll be joined by local music groups, including Mossley Hollins High School band, for the first of our Christmas tree festival concerts.
“We’re also absolutely thrilled that Terry Waite CBE, president of Emmaus, will be joining us for the Friday concert - this will be a very special event. Join us!”
The concert starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £5 on the door.
More from Tameside Reporter
Missing man, 49, found
Andrew Jordan, who was previously missing, has been found and is okay.
Two people arrested after an assault in Ashton
Two people have been arrested this morning (Saturday) in Ashton after at least one person was assaulted.
A very different Eid for Muslims this year
Eid al-Fitr, also called the "Festival of Breaking the Fast", is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan.
Lockdown additional payment for Tameside foster carers
Tameside foster carers are to receive an additional payment in recognition for the extra support they are giving to looked after children during lockdown.
Nostalgia: Life caught on camera in 1966
It was ‘lights, cameras, action!’ at St Mary’s Primary School, Haughton Green, when a Granada TV crew turned up to film an episode of the documentary series This England.