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The Choir Chairman Ken Beevers and Treasurer Tony Mcloughlin, presented Hazel Snow and Sheila Edwards (Representing the Motor Neurone Disease Society) with a cheque for £800.This is the money raised at the Choir's Summer Charity Concert held in St Peters Church Barnstaple. Our thanks go to everyone who supported us.
After our Summer break the Chior returned to normal practice evenings on Mondays in the Fremington Junior School Hall 19;30hrs to 21:30hrs. Our first Concert is at The Emmanuel Church Ilfracombe in aid of the Church funds. WE ALWAYS WELCOME NEW MEMBERS. Come along and sing and see what we get up to. If you have any questions. Please give the Committee Members a call. (Contact details can be found on Committee Heading). They are always pleased to help.
2017 A.G.M. The choir held it A.G.M. on Monday the 24th July 2017. All the choristers would like thank the Music Team, Committee and Ladies backup team for all their hard work and support throughout the past choir year. We are now on our annual summer break due to return to normal practices on Monday 4th September 2017 at the Fremington School Hall. Commencing at 19.30hrs.
2017 NEWS The Choir was pleased to present a cheque for £900.00 to the ChemoHero Charity. The proceeds from the 2016 Christmas Concert . Tony Blake (Concert Secretary) and Tony McLoughlin (Treasurer) presented the cheque to Lisa Wallis Crocker (Representing ChemoHero) Barnstaple Male Voice Choir would like to thank the audience for attending the concert, helping to raise the donation.
2015 NEWS The highlight of the first six months of this calendar year has been the very successful short concert tour to Susa in Northern Italy undertaken in May/June. One of Barnstaple's twin towns, Susa was a fitting location for the Choir that so proudly wears the Towns arms on its uniform. Concerts included a joint concert in the wonderful Susa Cathedral. A concert much enjoyed by the huge audience and of course by the Choir and their hosts.. The forty Choristers were joined by wives and partners as usual and the group of seventy six enjoyed great hospitality, and took advantage of the pre-arranged social programme organised by the Choir Secretary.