Singers’ finale

A Bridgnorth singing group have called it a day – after over 40 harmonious years. The Severn Singers performed for the very last time at the town’s Baptist Church in June, raising money for Save the Children and the Severn Hospice. Since they first started out as a barber shop quartet, the group has grown and diversified, and they’ve raised thousands for charity over the four decades they’ve been together.
Chair David Carr says (after ‘Hiawatha’), “We thank our friends who came to hear us, and strangers too from far and near – thank you and others for the music, and for the songs, and joy of singing!”

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