We need new members in all sections of the choir so please come and join us!
We are starting to rehearse our Christmas music, some familiar tunes and lots of new ones. We meet on Mondays at 7.30pm, and we welcome anyone young or old, whether you live in Marldon or elsewhere. So if you would like to come for a taster session with no obligations, contact us via this website or on our Facebook page and we will give you further details.
We are really pleased to be putting on this popular event again. The evening includes a live link-up to the Albert Hall, and lots of singing and flag-waving! So put on your glad rags and we’ll see you there.
We have been busy raising funds for Ukraine and we are pleased to announce that we raised £826.25 from our recent “Grease Sing-a-long” and £637.50 from donations from the Choir. A grand total of £1463.75 !!
A massive thank you to all choir members, friends and families and to those who joined us for our “Grease sing-a-long” for their generosity.
We are starting back next Monday, 10th January at 7.30pm in Marldon Village hall.
We will be staying safe and asking that masks be worn when walking around but they can be removed when seated, so please make sure you bring one with you, (we will have some available if you forget), and we will be continuing to maintain social distancing between chairs.
Looking forward to seeing everyone and to be singing again!
Regretfully the Choir will not be singing at Occombe Farm on Thursday 16th December as planned due to the rapid rise of COVID and the need to protect our choir members. We are all really sorry not to be joining in the Christmas festivities at Occombe and wish everyone a very Happy and Safe Christmas
Do you enjoy singing? Don’t sing alone, come and join our friendly and active choir.
You dont have to read music, and you dont have to live in Marldon. Come and join us at Occombe Farm tomorrow (Thursday 16th) where we will be singing Christmas songs and carols outside the Farm shop and find out more!
Fabulous lantern procession and singing with the Salvation Army band for the lighting of the Christmas tree at The Church House Inn. Led by Santa and helped by local elves with lots of families joining in the fun. A great village event!