"Where words fail, music speaks"

Hans Christian Anderson


Find  your voice - join us

We're welcoming new members as we look forward to an exciting programme of music with our new musical director.

Singing in a choir....

Cheaper than therapy, healthier than drinking, and certainly more fun than working out. 


Back in 2017, we made a short video with contributions from some of our members telling us what they felt about singing in Choir 2000. Here it is again - click on the image to the left



... is good for your physical health

Singing exercises the lungs. It tones up intercostal muscles and the diaphragm.

its good for the heart and  tones facial muscles.

It can improve  sleep.
Its good for the  posture and mental alertness.
It can release  pain-relieving endorphins and boost the body's immune system.

... general well-being

Good for  self esteem and confidence, singing has been shown to enhance mood
and is useful in reducing stress.
It is spiritually uplifting and increases understanding and empathy between cultures
Encourages creativity
Promotes bonding

and is a very social activity

Singing brings people together and is a  forum for fun, laughter and support. Its a great way to make friends.

Come to one of our rehearsals and give it a try!

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