As well as traditional carols, there will be a selection of other music including works by Tchaikovsky and Faure.
Chichester Flute Choir was formed earlier this year by flute teacher Julie Twite.
Julie said: “I’m really pleased with the response from flute players in joining our group. We feature bass and alto as well as standard flutes and it’s an amazing sound in a building such as the Priory. A summer concert by the choir at the same venue was a great success.
“The concert starts at 7.30pm and there’s plenty of parking in the village car park. Entry is free and there will be a retiring collection in aid of the Priory Restoration Fund.”
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