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Introducing a brand new community choir in Tarvin! From Wednesday 19th April, Choir Director Michael Reynolds will be starting a new choir called Silver Singers, a choir for the over 50s.

All the things that can put people off joining a choir have been removed, so there is no need to be able to read music, and there are no auditions, all you need is a love for singing! There are so many wonderful things about singing, from health benefits to simply making you feel joyful and making friends, so why not come and give it a try?

Silver Singers will be running on Wednesdays from 2pm until 3.15pm (10 sessions per term) and the cost is just £4 per session, including a piece of homemade cake!

For more information, contact Michael Reynolds on 07786 323946 or

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