Ever wanted to sing in a choir?
Next month the Swale Singers will host an afternoon in Reeth Memorial Hall for anyone who would like to join them to ‘Come and Sing Messiah’ in support of a good cause.
The afternoon is open to everyone, not just experienced singers, whether they have previous experience of singing in a choir or none at all, and all ages are welcome.
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The choir will supply half time drinks, cakes and biscuits and it will help if singers have their own copy of the music to bring along – if not copies can be provided if the organisers are told in advance.
The cost is £10 which will be given to Farming Community Network, a voluntary organisation and charity with a network of over 400 volunteers across England and Wales who help farming families through a range of difficult circumstances.
The choral afternoon is on Sunday, November 26, from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
To book a place or find out more email email@example.com or ring 01748 886974.
The Swale Singers perform for pleasure in an eclectic mix of styles.
They usually rehearse on Sunday afternoons in the United Reformed Church at Low Row and new members are always welcome.
Their next public appearance will be a performance of The Messiah with a chamber orchestra, organ and professional soloists, in St Oswald’s Church, Askrigg, at 7pm on Saturday, December 9.