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Festival of Carols and Lessons

An event in December in Cambridgeshire
King's College Chapel
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
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Event timing: December 24
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A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols is held on Christmas Eve in King's College Chapel. The Festival was introduced in 1918 and was first broadcast in 1928 and is now broadcast to millions of people around the world.

The service begins at 3pm and ends at around 4.30pm.

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