A choir from Castle Douglas are leaving behind the more traditional Christmas carols in favour of some other alternative one.
Instead of 'O Come all Ye Faithful' and 'Away in a Manger' the Feral Choir are learning lost songs stretching back for centuries.
Alison Burns who leads the choir says it's her passion that has led to the discovery of some of more unusual Christmas carols.
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