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Midhurst Christmas carol concert held at King Edward VII Estate

Metis Homes, who have built a boutique collection of nineteen contemporary homes at the King Edward VII Estate in Midhurst, hosted a Christmas carol concert on 19th December on site for residents and members of the public in aid of The Sussex Snowdrop Trust and St Mary’s Church, Easebourne.

Previously the site of a tuberculosis sanatorium which was founded by King Edward VII at the beginning of the 20th Century, the event gave guests an insight into the joys of ‘Estate Living’ whilst raising awareness of the two charities. Visitors were able to walk around one of the royally themed homes which had been ‘dressed to impress’ with its festive interiors before being treated to mince pies, mulled wine and carols sung by the ‘Midhurst Music Society’ in the Dining Room of the Estate’s architecturally striking Arts & Crafts former hospital - which is now home to various luxurious on site amenities for residents to use.

As part of the event, Metis Homes also donated £250 to St Mary’s Church which will go towards fund raising for family support workers, and £250 to The Sussex Snowdrop Trust which was founded 26 years ago to provide vital nursing support in the homes of children who have a life threatening or terminal illness.

Di Levantine, Chair and Co-Founder of The Sussex Snowdrop Trust added: “Receiving the news that your child is diagnosed with a life threatening illness is devastating and those families’ lives are turned upside down. Our incredible nurses are there to help to teach parents how to look after their sick child and give them the confidence to do so. We are so grateful to The King Edward VII Estate for organising this wonderful Christmas celebration. Midhurst has a wonderful community and we thank them for their generosity, particularly at this time of year.”

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