There are many different ways to collect through carol singing - here is an A-Z of our carol singing ideas:

A - Advertise your event, get more people along and raise more money

B - Invite the local youth group such as Brownies or The Boys' Brigade

C - Organise a carol service in church

D - Collect door-to-door while you carol sing in your neighbourhood

E - Eat! Bake Christmas goodies to sell as you sing.

F - Raise money by singing at a Christmas fete

G - Glow Sticks can be sold at your event to add some extra sparkle

H - How many hours can you sing in a sponsored sing-a-thon?

I - Entertain winter skaters at the nearest Ice Skating rink

J - Have a carol singing competition and judge who's best, charge for entry

K - Karol-oke?

L - Sing to raise money at your local Christmas lights switching on ceremony

M - Have a movie themed carol sing - White Christmas maybe

N - Incorporate the local School's Nativity play into your carol concert

O - Join together with your a local orchestra 

P - Hold a carol singing party - charge for entry and invite people to join in with a good old fashioned sing-a-long

Q - Sing to shoppers as they queue

R - Sing in your local railway station for commuters, shoppers and holiday makers

S - Collect outside your local supermarket

T - Hold a carol concert in your Town Hall

U - Unite different groups in your neighbourhood at Christmas and sing together.

V - Get your Vicar to join in, or maybe several vicars

W - Wrap up warm and sing on the streets

X - Hold an X-Factor style singing competition

Y - Get the youngsters singing from a local school

Z - Add some zing to your event, brew up some mulled wine to keep you warm and jolly

There are many different ways to collect through carol singing. Here is a collection of ideas. (Be sure to also read ‘Planning your event’.)

Collect door-to-door while you sing in your neighbourhood. Hold a carol-singing party - charge for entry and invite people to join in with a good old fashioned sing-along. Or have a competition and judge who's best.

Bake Christmas goodies, such as The Goring Hotel’s mince pies<<<LINK TO PDF<<<, to sell when carolling.

Sing in your local railway station for commuters, shoppers and holiday makers, or to shoppers at a local shopping area or supermarket.

You could sing in a sponsored sing-a-thon, a ‘karol-oke’ event, or a movie-themed carol sing.

Invite the local youth group, such as Brownies or The Boys' Brigade, or incorporate your local school's Nativity play into your carol concert.

Organise a carol service in church or at a Christmas fete, or entertain winter skaters at the nearest ice rink. Sing to raise money at your local Christmas lights switching on ceremony. Hold a carol concert in your Town Hall.

Unite different groups in your neighbourhood at Christmas and sing together. Can you join together with a local orchestra?

Get the youngsters singing from a local school, or get your vicar or members of your church congregation to join in.

Glow Sticks can be sold at your event to add some extra sparkle.

Advertise your event – use our signs and fliers, and customise our press release template <<<ADD LINK.