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Concert by Derbyshire Constabulary Male Voice Choir

Derby constabulary Male Voice Choir

Chapel-en-le-frith Ladies Choir

On Saturday 17 March 2012 the Derbyshire Constabulary Male Voice Choir, together with the Chapel-en-le-frith Ladies Choir will perform a concert at St Nicholas Church, Allestree Lane, Allestree , Derby, to raise funds for Sight Support, Derbyshire.

The Derbyshire Constabulary Male Voice Choir has been singing for 55 years and has chalked up over a thousand concerts raising hundreds of thousands of pounds for worthy causes locally and beyond. Sight Support has been especially chosen for the choir’s gala concert this year as it is a local charity providing services, advice and information to 4,000 registered blind and partially sighted people in Derbyshire.

The Chapel-en-le-frith Ladies Choir has been singing together in Derbyshire’s High Peak for 37 years and this will be one of their rare appearances in Derby.

The concert will be a medley of your favourite easy listening traditional and popular songs, welsh hymn tunes, songs from the shows and many more.

The Derbyshire Constabulary Male Voice Choir took part in the Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival in 2011 and recently released its fifth CD called ‘On the Beat’ which will be on sale at the concert.

Tickets for the concert cost £8.00 and can be obtained from Len Briddon on 01332  510 666 and John Tomlinson on 01332 690 732

Derbyshire Constabulary Male Voice Choir

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