The choir’s Christmas Concert raised a total of £1920 for charity through ticket sales and generous donations. This will be split equally between Winchester Basics Bank and Friends of Osborne School.
Tickets for our Christmas Concert on Tuesday 11th December are now available from choir members and our online shop. Proceeds go to Friends of Osborne School and Winchester Basics Bank. If you’d like to print off a copy of the poster, click on the image below to open a pdf file.
A concert on 18th November featuring songs, stories, and poems about the First World War will feature Stan Graham, Carolyn Robson & Moira Craig, Iris Bishop, and Martin Wyndham-Read. It’s not local to Winchester, but choir members may be interested in organising car shares amongst themselves to attend this event.
The photos from our Summer Concert which raised £1045 for the Olive Branch counselling service are now available on our Galleries page. Thanks to Angus Beaton for sending these. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”20″ variation=”2″]
The choir’s summer concert, Daughters Of The Nation, raised a total of £1045 for Winchester based counselling service The Olive Branch. The charity exists to relieve people resident in Winchester and the surrounding area who are suffering from emotional or mental stress. For more information, visit http://www.theolivebranch.org.uk/about-us/
Tickets for the choir’s summer concert are now available from our online shop Daughters of the Nation, a celebration of inspirational women, takes place on Tuesday 3rd July at the United Church, Jewry Street, Winchester. More details are given on the poster below. If you would like to download a copy of the poster to
PLEASE NOTE THAT REHEARSAL IS CANCELLED FOR TUES 27th FEBRUARY DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS
Winchester Community Choir will be one of a number of choirs singing together on the afternoon of Sunday 11th February to raise money for the Mayor’s Charities. The event will run from 2pm to 6:30pm at Winchester Guildhall, and tickets are £5 for adults, available from the Guildhall reception. Admission for children is free. Proceeds