Pop goes the choir

Bridgnorth Community Pop Choir is celebrating its third anniversary this September and would like to invite more people to join in the fun. Since launching in 2014, the choir has gone from strength to strength and boasts 50 regular singers who take part in rehearsals and social events. Concerts at the Halo Leisure Centre have raised money for local charities such as Rupert’s Revenge as well as championing young local singers such as Katrina Themans, Maisie Freeman and Dan Morris.

“Everybody can sing in a choir and enjoy the friendship and camaraderie which goes with it,” explained the choir’s Simon Whitmore. “There are no auditions… you just turn up and sing. We’ve had so much fun over the last three years and I’m hoping the fun and music will continue for many years to come.”
The group rehearses on a Sunday evening at 6pm at St Leonard’s Church Hall, Racecourse Lane – call 07904 556763 or email the-music-hub@live.co.uk for details.

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