Organiser:  The Matilda Children’s Foundation

Details:  Six Christmas choirs, Father Christmas and herald angels will star in the Carols by Candlelight Event at the Matilda International Hospital at 6-8pm on 4 December 2014. The annual charity event is free, and open to all.  It is an intimate evening, to hear carols, savour specialty Christmas cuisines, buy festive knick knacks for the home, and simply enjoy being close to loved ones. All sales proceeds will go to the Matilda Children’s Foundation, which provides life-changing surgeries to children with no other means of assistance.

Experience the Peak at night in its most unique ambience, as the heritage hospital grounds  transform into a romantic, twinkling Christmas wonderland. There will be non-stop performances by school children from the Bradbury School, Eastern District Children’s Choir, Katterwall Children’s Choir, Hong Kong Academy, The Peak School, as well as a special appearance by the Hong Kong Women’s Choir.   Families can enjoy the Christmas stalls of food and other goodies, Santa’s  grotto , and children can even take part in games and crafts.

A free shuttle bus runs between the Peak Galleria (Public Transport Terminus) and the Matilda International Hospital every 30 minutes starting at the Peak from 5:30pm to 8pm.

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Date & Time: 6-8pm on 4 December 2014 (Thursday)

Venue: Grounds of Matilda International Hospital, 41 Mount Kellett Road, The Peak

Admission:  Free

Enquiry: 2849 0355


About the Matilda Children’s Foundation
The Matilda Children’s Foundation was founded in 2003 to provide help and comfort to underprivileged children from around the region who require life-changing surgery and have no other means of receiving care. Matilda International Hospital provides the resources and facilities to enable surgery to take place whilst doctors, surgeons and nurses volunteer their time so that there are only minimal costs. The Foundation has helped improve the quality of life of over 40 children.  Every dollar raised goes to the Foundation.

Source of information:  The Matilda Children’s Foundation