A police choir that has been singing for 50 years will give its last performance at a church carol concert.
The Bedfordshire Police Choir will disband after the festive event at St Mary Magdalene Church in Westoning on December 9.
It is being hosted by the force’s chief constable Jon Boutcher on behalf of the Christian Police Association.
Now in its second year, the traditional carol concert will be a chance to celebrate the birth of Christ and the Christmas season.
It starts at 7pm and is free to attend.
There will also be a collection in support of Flint House Police Rehabilitation Centre – a rehabilitation and convalescent centre for serving and retired police officers, which helps over 3,000 injured police officers to get back to full operational health every year.