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Our first concert of 2024 was held at Christ the Kingdom Church in Rushall on February 25th. My apopogies for not flagging this event up on the website, senior moment!  Geoff Clews , the concert promoter, deserved better.

The church is unusual but the audience friendly and we gave our usual varied performance which was well received. I believe we raised a decent sum for church funds. And there were a couple of novelty numbers which went down well too! Pictures follow.

We started 2024 with our Annual Dinner , which was held at Oxley Park Golf Club. A smaller attendance than usual but the food was good , the company was good and we played a couple of silly games. We are all looking forward to lots of happy singing in 2024, our 80th anniversary year. A couple of photos.

St.Stephen's Church was busy on December 2nd , 2023, when we held our Christmas concert! We had a good turnout despite the poor weather, again! and we sang well.The audience was in good voice too, singing familiar carols. Mince pies and cakes were consumed in large quantity and we made some money on the raffle , which had some really good prizes.We were surrounded by Christmas trees decorated by local organisations for a competition,and they were pretty good. Looking forward to next year already!

Below are a few snaps.


We held a charity concert on October 21st in aid of Rotary charities and we saw a number of new faces in the audience.They enjoyed a varied selection of music, old and new, and we believe the event raised over £700 for deserving causes.Sterling work was done by all the helpers, food suppliers, ( Hilda !) in the kitchen , on the door,and ticket selling. We sometimes forget those who make things run smoothly.

On a sad note, the choir dressed in old gold and black in memory of Kevin Hammond, a much loved choir member, who passed away unexpectedly in September.Some people wore shirts and ties in Wolves' colours. Kevin was a super keen Wolves fan and a powerful addition to the bass section. He will be missed.

These photos may give a flavour of the evening.

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Our Spring into Summer concert was held at St Stephen's Church on April 30th. An appreciative audience of 75 plus enjoyed a varied programme of music of different styles from different eras and a few solos too.Your support enabled us to raise over £600 for choir funds.As usual here are some photo memories of the concert.

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