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Tattenhall Singers return!

Our friendly community choir will be back in the Barbour Institute for our famously brief AGM and first rehearsal of the autumn term on Tuesday 10th September.

Right from the start (almost 10 years ago now — how did that happen?) we've always taken all comers with no auditions or need to be able to read music...or even be able to sing. And the proof's in the pudding — most of our members have no choir experience or music training and yet we still manage to make a great sound, helped no end by our professional music director, Georgina West. And most importantly, we have a good time doing it. Why not come along and give us a try? The first session's free, so you can check us out with no obligation. If you're new, ask anyone at the session to point out one of the committee members and we'll be glad to welcome you (men and women — we're a mixed choir).
The sessions are from 8.00 — 9.30 pm each Tuesday evening and we usually keep school terms and half terms.

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