Having celebrated their 50th birthday last year, Much Wenlock Male Voice Choir (MWMVC) are well on their way to achieving their target of recruiting enough new members to give them 50 singers in the group. The choir started in 1968 after a visit from the Rhos Male Voice Choir, based in Rhosllannerchrugog near Wrexham. Some of the audience were so impressed, they decided to start their own choir – and they’ve been going strong ever since.

If you’ve read our story about the benefits of singing, you may be interested in a Come and Try It Night at William Brookes School on Tuesday 8 January at 7pm, held by MWMVC – visit mwmvchoir.org.uk for more details.


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