Salisbury Cathedral was the setting for BBC Wiltshire's 'Carols in the Cathedral' Christmas Carol service which took place on Thursday 10 December.
Nearly 1000 people came from all across Wiltshire to attend the festive event.
It featured Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Salisbury Cathedral Junior Choir and the Band of the Prince of Wales' Division.
Revd Mark Bonney, Canon Treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral hosted the service.
The Christmas story was retold in readings given by BBC Wiltshire presenters and personalities - from breakfast presenters Matthew Smith and Chris Warburton to Faith programme presenter, Mark Jones.
The hundreds of people in attendance sang old Christmas favourites such as 'Hark the Herald Angels Sing' and 'O Little Town of Bethlehem'.
And the Salisbury Cathedral Junior Choir sang 'Ding Dong Merrily on High' and 'Walking in the Air' from The Snowman.
The girl choristers and men of the Cathedral performed John Rutter's beautiful 'What Sweeter Music' and the old Basque carol 'The Angel Gabriel'.
The entire concert was recorded for broadcast, so tune into BBC Wiltshire on Christmas Eve, and again on Christmas Day, to hear the performance.
Until then, enjoy these photos from the event.
BBC Wiltshire's Carols in the Cathedral in Salisbury on Thursday 10 December.
BBC Wiltshire's Carols in the Cathedral in Salisbury on Thursday 10 December
BBC Wiltshire's Carols in the Cathedral in Salisbury on Thursday 10 December. All photos by Ash Mills.
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