Arun Choral Society Charity Concert 7 July - ONLINE TICKETS

  • Hosted by The Duchess of Norfolk

    Arundel Castle - The Barons' Hall

    To include a private view of The Collector Earl’s Garden

    In aid of Home Start Arun & NSPCC South East

    6.00pm - Gates Open (Lower Lodge, Mill Road) for garden viewing

    7.00pm - Castle Doors Open

    7.30pm - Concert Starts

    Tickets: £20

    Available online or by telephone 01903 882173



Arun Choral Society, a Registered Charity, was founded in 1912. The choir is made up of approximately 110 singers from the age of 17 upwards. Singers come from a wide variety of backgrounds, many with a choral music interest of long standing but others more recently attracted to the enjoyment of choral singing. Over a period of years the choir has typically performed major concerts in the spring and autumn of each year and carol concerts on two consecutive weekends in December, when children from schools in the Arun community join with the Society. Additionally, the last twenty five years has seen the choir performing charity concerts on a regular basis and in that period the Society is delighted to have raised in excess of £50,000 for local and national charities.

Home-Start - Established in 1999, Home-Start is a Registered Charity that works in the Arun, Worthing and Adur District Council areas, covering the main towns of Bognor Regis, Littlehampton, Worthing, Lancing and Shoreham and all the surrounding isolated rural communities. We aim to promote the welfare of families, to alleviate stress and conflict in their home and to help to prevent family crisis and breakdown.

NSPCC -  The NSPCC works with parents and children up and down the UK, fighting to ensure that every child has the happy and safe childhood they deserve.


By car: Please park in the Mill Road car park (free parking after 5pm on 7 July)


On foot: via Lower Lodge and follow the signs to The Collector Earl's Garden and the main Castle building's Duke Henry Entrance.
(Please note the High Street Lodge gates and the Mary Gate will not be open).


Disabled: A passenger buggy will be available.




This policy forms part of our terms and conditions.


Tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by the organiser (in which case the ticket must be returned to the organiser within 21 days of the due performance date).

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