We don’t audition and our members don’t need to have any singing experience or be able to read music. They just need to enjoy singing, be prepared to learn and expand their knowledge and, above all, to be part of a great team of people who aim to produce a lovely harmony. We use sheet music and our Musical Director takes us through it line by line so we learn as we go along. We have a tea/coffee break in the middle of each session and hold socials twice a year so that everyone has a chance to get to know their fellow members.
Our main aim is to have a really enjoyable evening and to produce a fine sound at the end of it. There are lots of benefits to singing; for example: confidence; physical health ; mental health and of course the social side. We hold two concerts each year, one in the summer and the second at Christmas and we invite anyone and everyone to come along. The audience also has the opportunity to sing along with some of the songs. We charge a small amount for the tickets for our concerts just to cover our costs and the rest goes to our named charities which change every year. We also perform in support of other local charitable events, such as The Lobster Pot event at Christmas and the Kingsfest in July.
Currently we are full with the exception of our Tenor section. When space permits in the other sections we will welcome new members. For more information please see the Membership page. Our meeting times and contact details are on the Contact Us page.
Member of the National Association of Choirs.