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www.asplashofred.org.uk

'We are an amateur ladies’ choir formed in October 2009, by Claire Lee, a teacher at Fairford Primary School. She gathered together a group of parents, teachers, friends and governors to sing at a concert to raise money for charity. We enjoyed ourselves so much we didn’t want to stop singing and have carried on since then ... We perform at concerts, community events and weddings.’

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affinitychoir.com

Founded 2012 in Cardiff: ‘We perform a variety of musical genres from West End hits, through to classical, and pop! ... We are a non-auditioning, non-religious community based choir, open to all women over the age of 18. We're a community choir with high standards. We love performing to the best of our abilities. It’s who we are, and we're proud of it ... All we ask is that you have a passion for singing and that you want to join our fabulous female choir! We have a mix of experienced choir members and also those who have never sung in a choir before’.

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www.alvertonsingers.org.uk

'Female voice choir based in Northallerton, North Yorkshire. The choir has about 30 members of various ages. We sing a wide variety of music and perform two to three concerts per year, plus special events and weddings around Yorkshire.'

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amicisingers.net/wordpress/

'Non-auditioning female ensemble with a focus on fun! We do lots of tours, rehearse once a week and work hard/play hard. All are very welcome: With over 50-60 members attending our weekly rehearsals – we certainly have a lot to say (and sing) for ourselves!'

Visits to the Website112
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www.theappledoresingers.co.uk

'Founded in 1985, the Choir of 40 is a well-established and popular part of the North Devon music scene. We perform at all sorts of occasions and venues including Weddings, Churches, local Theatres, Clubs and Organisations, Schools and Residential Homes and we are proud to have raised considerable sums for Charities both locally and nationally over the years.'

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ariettachoir.weebly.com

'A female voice choir of about 20 voices who are based in Hamilton, Scotland ... We were formed in August 2014 and so we are a new choir. In that short time we have undertaken a number of engagements in central Scotland, working with local musicians and performing on our own right.'

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bangorladieschoir.co.uk

'In 2005 the local Council of the borough of North Down conferred the status of Borough Ambassador on Bangor Ladies Choir. This is the first conferment ever to an external Organisation outside of the Council Membership and the Choir were privileged and proud to accept this unique position. As Ambassadors the Choir represent the Borough of North Down on all of their travels, and, whether it be Province wide or worldwide, they carry out their duties with pride.'

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barnstapleladieschoir.org

‘The choir was formed in 1984 and has a present membership of 36. We have a varied repertoire for Concerts which includes songs from the shows, sacred and popular music. Our Concert programmes usually consist of Choir items, Solos, Duets, Recitations and Piano Solos. We enjoy performing at concerts however large or small the audience.’

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www.barryladieschoir.btik.com

'If you would like to join like-minded ladies and enjoy community singing, then please contact us. There is no need to be able to read music. We rehearse weekly; regularly visit OAP groups, nursing homes etc to entertain them; put on public concerts with guest artistes or in collaboration with other musical groups; and enjoy social activities together.'

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www.basingstokeladieschoir.co.uk

‘BLC is well known for its entertaining performance and its imaginative presentation. We are a 55-strong choir who sing all styles of music from secular, folk, show-stoppers to the latest chart-busters. In concert songs are sung from memory. The choir has made broadcasts on television and recordings and has performed with many UK and international choirs both at home and overseas.’

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facebook.com/belcantochorussonning/

'We are an established award-winning choir for female voices ... We attract singers and audiences from many miles around. Our repertoire is mainly classical with some folk, madrigals, spirituals and contemporary works and we aspire to reach the highest standards. Whether you are an experienced singer or have sung in the past and wish to take it up again, you will be very welcome. Singing in our choir is fun, stimulating, challenging and a great opportunty to make new friends.' ALERT At Review, the Choir’s Website was inaccessible; so Link replaced with their Facebook Page.

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www.belcantokettering.co.uk

'A female voice choir which was formed in 2008 with just 12 members. They have established themselves at the forefront of international choirs, having been winner of the Llangollen International Eisteddfod in Wales in 2012 and 2015 ... Members come from all walks of life, and include teachers, students, nurses and executives. The ages range from 17 to early 60s, and the group includes a number of mother and daughter combinations.'

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www.bellacora.co.uk

'Unique female vocal ensemble dedicated to bringing high quality performances of choral music to audiences in North London and beyond ... We perform regular concerts, with appearances at venues such as St. James's, Piccadilly and St. Martin-in-the-Fields. We also sing at charity and community events as well as weddings ... Our sound is a vibrant fusion of sacred and secular works, encompassing folk songs from around the world, songs and music from past and present, modern choral works and popular show-stopping anthems.'

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bellavoce.webstarts.com

Bella Voce is a four part ladies vocal group based in Pembrokeshire, Wales. We were brought together in 2013 ... We have a large range of repertoire and perform many genres of music from classical to pop to jazz ... We're available to be hired for concerts, weddings or other special occasions.’

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brayburnsingers.wordpress.com

‘We are a friendly ladies choir who practice weekly in Selby, North Yorkshire and enjoy the fellowship and fun of singing together ... We perform about six to eight concerts per year, mostly to raise funds for charity. The choir has a varied repertoire, ranging from pieces by classical composers such as Handel & Mozart, to folk songs and songs from musicals and the shows. At Christmas time we sing for several carol concerts. There are about 18 members; the choir has an extensive library of musical scores which are loaned to choir members.’

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budleighsaltertonladieschoir.co.uk/events.htm

The Choir ‘has a wide range of singing skills but most importantly everyone loves singing! At least twice a year the Choir holds a concert in Budleigh and, over the years, has raised thousands of pounds for local charities ... The Choir has over 40 members and they are always pleased to welcome new joiners. Sight reading is not essential; just bring yourself and a willingness to "give it a try"’.

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cantabilesingerspembrokeshire.co.uk

‘A ladies choir based in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire with Members from across the County, from as far and wide as Fishguard and Amroth. Our Musical Director ... has helped us to develop an exciting and varied repertoire of contemporary, classical and sacred music which the Cantabile performs at venues throughout Pembrokeshire and beyond ... Membership is open to any female who enjoys singing all types of music to a high standard. The ability to read music is desirable but not essential as all members are trained in the same way. We enjoy what we do, although we work hard to perform to a high standard.‘

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cantarechoir.wordpress.com

‘Founded in 1982 as the Debrose Choir. In 2009, we changed our name to Cantare. The choir includes women of all ages and from all walks of life – no superstars, just people who love to sing and who want to do it well. Our repertoire is exciting and wide ranging, from pop standards and songs from the shows, to classical and contemporary choral pieces. We enjoy a challenge, strive to make a great sound and have a brilliant time whilst we’re doing it. We perform regularly at concerts and other events throughout the year.‘

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www.cantonellechoir.co.uk

‘An amateur ladies' choir based in Carlisle, formed in about 1993 after the demise of Carlisle Choral Society.  We currently have about 30 members ... We hold a singing workshop each year when we can practise such things that we don't always have time for at our weekly meetings - and it's great fun! Cantonelle give a number of concerts each year in and around Carlisle and north Cumbria.’

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www.caritasharmony.co.uk

The Luton based choir that sings to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support and other charities across Herts, Beds and Bucks ... Caritas Harmony sing in 4 parts - soprano, 2nd soprano, top alto and contralto. Some members of the choir are able to sing in different sections, according to the requirements of the piece being performed. We are always happy to welcome new members and we will help you to find the best section in the choir to suit your voice.'

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Also indexedLuton Ladies Voices
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www.chapel-en-le-frithladieschoir.co.uk

‘The Choir has reached a total of 60 members, so we now have a waiting list ... Everyone is welcome: any age, any voice. Low, high in the middle or not sure. We sing in three parts: alto, second soprano and top soprano. You'll soon find the section where your voice feels most comfortable. You don't need any experience and don't even need to read music. Nobody will ask you to audition or perform solo. You don't need a large powerful voice - the idea is to blend all our voices in harmony. All you need to do is be willing to listen and learn.’

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www.chesterladieschoir.co.uk

‘We are a group of about 40 ladies of all ages who love to sing! We have been established as a choir since 1955 ... We have members from across Cheshire, Wirral and North Wales. We meet ... to sing a wide range of music from classical pieces to modern pop and jazz for our own concerts and other community and charity events.’

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www.corocantabile.co.uk

'We sing a wide variety of music: accompanied and unaccompanied; ancient and modern; ecclesiastical and secular ... We enjoy singing folk songs from many cultures including Welsh, Hungarian, American and Scottish; negro spirituals; Christmas music, show songs ... There are 25-30 choristers who ... come together from all corners of Monmouthshire as well as Newport and Cardiff to enjoy singing together.'

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crawleydownladieschoir.co.uk

‘We are a ladies choir made up from Crawley Down residents and from people from the surrounding area. We have been singing for 40 years having been formed originally as a WI Choir in 1969 ... We hold two concerts a year ... a Christmas Concert in December and a Summer Concert usually in June. We also sing out to local groups, often in residential homes ... We have a very strong membership averaging about 30 ladies but we are always happy to enroll new singers, both sopranos and altos. The ability to read music is a great help but you should not be discouraged if you can't - if your voice is right, we will give you all the help we can.‘

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www.eastfifeladieschoir.org.uk

'We are a group of about 40 ladies, of all ages and backgrounds, who enjoy singing! Our repertoire is varied and includes many well known songs as well as some interesting new material. There's something for everybody! Although we are based in East Fife, we perform all over Fife and beyond.'

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egertonladieschoir.weebly.com

‘Based in Prestwich, Manchester. It was originally started in Egerton Street in Whitefield, hence the name ... The choir was started in May 1940 ... We are an open-access choir; that is you don't have to audition. It is not essential to be able to read music but it helps if you can follow a score. We sing a lot of two and three-part songs ranging from the traditional choral ... as well as more modern works ... We do show tunes and old favourites. We even include the occasional pop number.’

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www.ellenvalesingers.org

‘The choir has established a tradition of performing May and Christmas concerts ... Support acts for these concerts have been brass and jazz bands, local comedians ... male voice choirs, school choirs, soloists and, on occasions, comedy pieces by groups of choir ladies. These events have raised many thousands of pounds over the years for a variety of local causes which benefit charities, organisations and local individuals. The choir also enjoy performing smaller concerts in churches, nursing homes, community centres and private parties ... The choir enjoys singing a wide range of music from all musical era and members are encouraged to be involved in the selection of new pieces.’

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www.erewashphoenixchoir.co.uk

‘We are a friendly and lively ladies choir based in Sandiacre, Derbyshire ... We sing a wide range of music from classical pieces, sacred works, pop songs and many, many more.  We have a sensible diary of bookings and enjoy singing together ... now grown to a 20-strong choir of Sopranos and Altos. The choir is always keen for new members to join in the fun and if you think you would be interested head over to our Join us page to find out more.’

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www.theflintladieschoir.com

Established in 2013 having our first ever rehearsal on February 14th of that year. We quickly grew to a staggering membership of around 80 choristers and have now settled at an impressive 68 or so with many of the original ladies who came to the first rehearsal ... We are a fun, vibrant and diverse bunch of ladies from all walks of life and our repertoire is a good reflection of our eclectic mix of personalities. The future is bright for The Flint Ladies Choir - learning together, growing together.'

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facebook.com/TheGhyllSingers/

‘Prizewinning ladies choir ... started in September 1941 as part of Ulverston Townswomen's Guild. Just a couple of months after the neighbouring town of Barrow was bombed, a group got together to start a ladies' choir! It may be noted that our friends, Barrow Male Voice Choir actually suspended choir activities from 1941 till 1945, but then their members will have been called up into the armed forces ... It’s good to know that our predecessors were at least as determined as we are!’ ALERT Replaced Link with Facebook Page since Singers’ Website not available at Review.

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www.gloriana.net

‘This talented all-female group ...  drawn from top choruses and chamber choirs across London and the South East ... brings new colours, repertoire and timbre to its performances ...There are of course many choirs. What marks Gloriana out from the crowd is its enthusiasm for new repertoire as well as the classics, the different sonority to be found in an all-female, all-adult, group and the evident loyalty and commitment of the singers that shines from their performances.’

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www.g-c-ladieschoir.co.uk

The Cleethorpes Ladies Choir was formed by the late Vera Burton in 1971 ... In 1996 the Choir changed its name to Grimsby & Cleethorpes Ladies Choir ... The Choir has performed with many well-known Bands ... Black Dyke Band, the Syd Lawrence Orchestra, the Band of the Royal Air Force Regiment, Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Brass Band, the City of Sheffield Pipe Band, and more locally, the Kingsway Printers Cleethorpes Band. Concerts with other Choirs and Bands regularly take place, often on an exchange basis, and various Charities have benefited from these performances. Smaller concerts in aid of local charities, singing at weddings and visits to entertain at Residential Homes all contribute to a busy calendar of events.'

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hacknessladieschoir.com

Founded 1984: ‘comprises around thirty five ladies of varying ages and walks of life. The choir performs concerts locally and in this way has raised thousands of pounds for local charities ... Members enjoy learning and performing a wide range of music in a friendly and positive spirit ... and welcomes new and returning members.’

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www.harmoniachoir.co.uk

'A 60-strong all-female community choir based in the North Yorkshire market town of Malton ... We predominantly sing in 3 or 4 parts, and perform a wide range of material from pop to gospel, choral to jazz and everything in-between. We take part in a number of concerts each year, many for local charities ... Our members range in age 21-70+, some of whom have been singing for decades while others are completely new to it.'

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en-gb.facebook.com/HartlepoolLadiesChoir/

'Many of you, particularly if you live in the North East, will be aware of the highly successful Hartlepool Male Voice Choir. It was the wives of some members of that choir who were responsible for the formation of the Ladies' choir back in 2002 ... We have built up quite a large repertoire of songs, including songs from the shows, songs from the movies as well as a number of American folk songs, so we are able to provide a good variety of numbers which we hope will appeal to a wide audience when we entertain in concert in and around the Hartlepool area.' ALERT Website unavailable at Review; cf Facebook Page.

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www.honleyladies.org

Honley Ladies Choir is based in Honley, a picturesque village on the edge of the Peak District just south of Huddersfield. The village is a hot bed of musical activity - if it's sung, played or performed you'll find it happening in Honley. The Choir has been thriving for almost eighty years and is regarded as one of the most vibrant choirs in the local area with a reputation that goes far beyond.’

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imeryssingers.wixsite.com/choir

'We are a ladies' choir ... who perform a wide variety of repertoire to suit any occasion or venue. We perform for charity, mainly in Cornwall, but make one trip away each year. If you are interested in joining the choir or would like us to perform at your event contact us ...'

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www.impromptu.org.uk

'An award-winning female choir that has been delighting audiences and adjudicators at concerts and competitions for 25 years. Based in Sutton in Surrey, we were British Adult Choir of the Year finalists in 2008, winners of the Manchester Amateur Choral Competition in 2010, and winners of Bournemouth Choir of the Year in 2016 – and we've got plenty of exciting plans for the future! ... We welcome enquiries from all voices throughout the year. Sight-reading is not essential, but previous singing experience is preferred. Come and sing with us for a few weeks, and if you enjoy our company and our repertoire, then an informal audition can be arranged.'

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inspireladieschoir.weebly.com

‘A ladies' community choir of 40 voices, based in Washington, Tyne & Wear ... The choir aims to bring women into a relaxed atmosphere where they can develop a love of singing together, build lasting friendships and present their singing to a listening public through concerts, private bookings and in support of the Women's Institute ... The choir is still connected to the Women's Institute though it is no longer a pre-requisite that choir members are WI members ... The name "Inspire" was brought into being in 2014 and is adapted from the WI logo - "Inspiring Women".’

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jubilatechoir-easingwold.org

Founded in 1998 as a WI Choir ‘Norbitu’ but in 2000 ‘the choir was opened to non-WI members and the name changed to Jubilate which means “be joyful”.’ Typically sing two concerts per year in the Easingwold area.

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www.music.peak-media.co.uk/jubileeladieschoir/

‘We are a very friendly group who share a love of singing. We have around 40 members and, if you are a lady, you can join too! (experienced singers through to enthusiastic novices are equally welcome) ... We have a varied calendar performing at weddings and giving recitals at local events - usually finishing with a couple of Christmas concerts held at local churches ... We introduce new music regularly as well as singing from a broad repertoire of classical and modern songs.’

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www.keltique.org.uk

‘Based in Looe, Keltique is a thriving and passionate award-winning vocal group of women of all ages and musical abilities, who share one thing - a love and enthusiasm for the music they sing, from modern pop and songs from the shows to gospel and traditional classics. We perform all over South East Cornwall - from Polperro to Liskeard to St Germans, as well as in Looe - whether more formally in local churches and halls, at the Looe Music Festival, the West Looe May Fayre, the Polperro Arts Festival, at Christmas lights ceremonies, or informally at flashmobs, at weddings and parties, on the beach or in the pub! – and we always aim to present a versatile musical repertoire but, most of all, we just love singing together!’

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www.lanovasingers.co.uk

'An award-winning female vocal ensemble, performing an eclectic repertoire of classical, sacred, operatic and contemporary choral music. Recognised as the premier women's choir in the Dorset area, the singers are committed to creating exciting classical music concerts.'

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ladybrooksingers.co.uk

‘We are based in Hazel Grove, Stockport and have an average membership of around forty ladies of various ages and from all walks of life. We sing a wide and varied repertoire including art songs, folk songs, madrigals, modern musicals, gospel and other sacred and secular music. The Ladybrook Singers enjoy performing in concerts and festivals. We have had many successes over the years attaining first place at several music festivals throughout the UK.‘

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www.looevalleysingers.org.uk

‘Do you enjoy singing?  Come and try us out- we would love to meet you. ​We are a friendly group of ladies, of all ages, and we sing everything from Mozart to Motown! The choir has been singing in the community for over 30 years, raising thousands of pounds for local charities.’

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www.lowrygirls.co.uk

‘Started in 2009 in the Lowry Room at St Faith's Church, Lee-on-the-Solent, with the intention to form a choir for ladies who wanted to sing, but perhaps didn't feel very confident about their voices !  A measure of success is that ... many ladies have grown in confidence and have felt able to sing with other choirs.’

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www.lucycavendishsingers.org.uk

‘Since their first public concert in 2009, the Lucy Cavendish Singers have been capturing the hearts and minds of audiences with their vibrant performances and imaginative programmes. Performing entirely from memory, the Singers bring enormous commitment and spontaneity to their songs. The varied musical background of the individual singers supports a wide-ranging repertoire from jazz and traditional music to classical pieces ... The Singers were founded at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge. Members include fellows and alumnae of this College as well as of other Cambridge colleges, employees of the University and singers drawn from the wider community.‘

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www.lydiansingers.co.uk

'Formed as a female choir in 1985 ... Membership is open to all ladies over 16 years of age. New members are always welcome. Practices can be challenging but fun. Twice a year social events are organised to enable members to relax together ... The repertoire includes songs from musicals, popular songs, folk, classical, madrigals, spiritual and sacred music. Previous choir experience or the ability to read music is not necessary.'

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www.lydiansingersfarnborough.co.uk

'We are a light-hearted and fun ladies' choir of 40-45 members and we sing a wide variety of different styles of music, from McCartney to Mozart. We perform three concerts a year in Farnborough, Hampshire UK and sing at weddings and private functions. In addition to 4 or 5 fantastic social events per year, we also aim to tour abroad occasionally. The minimum age for membership is 18.'

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www.thelynmoresingers.org.uk

‘We are a small ladies' choir performing concerts to raise money for various charities ... The music we sing is from a wide repertoire. Our programmes are broad and varied, with a mixture of sacred, classical and popular music, often taking us on a journey through time to include jazz numbers and songs from the great musical shows ... We welcome anyone who enjoys singing to come and join us ...There are no auditions and you don't need to be able to read music.‘

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www.mabeladieschoir.org

‘Has been a feature in the Cornish musical landscape since 1931 and has long been one of Cornwall’s premier choral groups. Hailing from places as far afield as Truro and Coverack and ranging in age from thirty-something to eighty-something they unite once a week in Penryn to indulge and nurture their love of singing. The women of Mabe Ladies Choir take their music making very seriously, constantly striving to achieve the highest artistic and technical standards. That said, they do spend an inordinate amount of time laughing! Whether it’s in the rehearsal room or the concert hall the emphasis is on fun & enjoyment, for choir and audience alike.’

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www.malpasladieschoir.org.uk

‘We are a group of 30 members of all ages who enjoy singing a wide variety of music. Whilst previous experience of singing in a choir and the ability to sight read music would be an advantage, these skills are not essential. Enthusiasm, the ability to sing in tune and being prepared to work together with the group enjoying the preparation and performance of our three to four annual concerts is as important. Membership is open to anyone (subject to vacancies). Only a simple voice test is required to ascertain vocal range.’

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www.manxvoices.com

‘Formerly the Manx Girls Choir, was formed in 1952  ... The choir is SSA, (soprano, mezzo-soprano and alto) and has a membership base of around 40 members ... Our repertoire is varied, ranging from early music all the way up to modern classics  and songs from the musicals.’

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www.marshladieschoir.co.uk

‘Founded in 1955. The Yorkshire based choir is around 40 members strong and has developed a wide repertoire from classical and folk to swing, jazz and songs from the shows. The choir maintains a busy schedule of concerts and competitions both in Huddersfield and further afield.’

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www.meridian-singers.info

'We are the music makers at the centre of time – on the Greenwich Meridian in Louth Lincolnshire. The Meridian Singers perform songs from light classics, jazz, gospel, popular and other genres. We are always keen to ensure that audiences are entertained by our performances ...'

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Also indexedLouth Ladies' Choir
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www.morristonladieschoir.co.uk

‘Formed in 1941 by Miss Lillian Abbot and members of the Local First Aid Defence Group, wedging their way in-between the many strong male voice choirs that dominated the area and still do! ...  [but] now more than capable of holding their own against a male voice choir ... The choir have made their base at Tabernacle Chapel in the heart of Morriston, rehearsing in the vestry and holding their Annual as well as many other concerts in the Chapel upstairs. The choir have performed with numerous other choirs and military bands from near and afar.‘

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www.themusicmakersladieschoir.btck.co.uk

Founded 1977: ‘The choir performs throughout the Tyne & Wear area and holds an annual concert to raise funds for local charitable organisations. The choir has also performed at weddings and at Citizenship Ceremonies at local Civic Centres ... If you love to sing and are interested in joining a fun and very friendly choir, there is an open invitation for any ladies to come and take part in rehersals to see if it's for you’.

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www.nelsoncivicladieschoir.btck.co.uk

‘Formed in 1959 and over the years has established itself as a major force in the world of ladies choirs ... The Ladies perform regularly throughout the year and enjoy both concerts and competitions, singing a wide range of music including opera, sacred music, spirituals, pop songs and songs from the musicals - definitely something to suit every taste! ... The choir has won many first prizes at leading music festivals ...’

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neylandladieschoir.weebly.com

’An exciting and vibrant choir in the heart of Pembrokeshire ... The Neyland Ladies Choir was formed in 1977 and has choristers from the Neyland, Milford Haven, Pembroke and Haverfordwest areas. The Choir has become well known throughout Pembrokeshire by the varied style of concerts performed and have established close links with other Ladies and Male Voice Choirs in Wales and England.’

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www.theorpheussingers.co.uk

'The all-female choir based in Hadleigh, Essex, very near to Southend on Sea. Our 140+ members with an age range of 25 – 85 enjoy the exhilarating and uplifting joy of singing together. As a registered charity, the many concerts performed throughout the year enable significant funds to be raised for a variety of local, national and international charities.'

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www.theorwellsingers.co.uk

‘We are a friendly ladies' choir based in Ipswich. We sing all sorts of music from traditional to modern and perform in Suffolk several times a year ... Today there are choirs for everyone. The formal and the informal but The Orwell Singers bridge the gap. We are united by a passion for singing and love to perform everything from classical to modern, show songs to spirituals and folk songs to festive numbers.‘

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www.oswestryladieschoir.com

‘We are a versatile and vibrant ladies choir who perform music in various styles. We welcome new sopranos and altos to join us ... We evolved in the summer of 2015 from Oswestry Choral Society, which had been in continuous existence for 125 years ... We perform 2 concerts a years, usually in the spring and around Christmas.’

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www.thepeninsulachoir.co.uk

‘Having started life as the Peninsula Youth Choir in 2010, the Choir has evolved into an adult women’s choir, and we are now a group of some 30 women from all over the Ards Peninsula who are brought together by a love of singing ... We sing a wide variety of music, encompassing folk songs, old pop favourites, spirituals, madrigals, rounds, etc, and exploring songs from the 16th to the 21st century. Our members have a wide range of musical abilities, from those who are really good at sight-reading to those who cannot read music at all, with every shade in between. And although most of our songs are from sheet music, much of it is learned by heart. We believe in enjoyment in everything we do. Singing together brings this quality with it – whatever the hard work, it is uplifting and fun.’

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www.penistoneladieschoir.org.uk

Formed 1986: ‘We have a broad repertoire of songs, and we enjoy singing in a variety of styles. In our concerts we try to cater for all tastes and include something for everyone. We also cater for specific occasions, such as our Christmas concerts. We have sung at fundraisers for charity, at local community events, at competitions and memorial concerts’.

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orpheuschoir.weebly.com

‘We are a very forward looking choir of over Fifty voices, singing a wide range of music from modern to more classic pieces ... Since its formation in 1953, the choir has taken part in many music festivals on home ground and further afield, including Blackpool, Cheltenham, Llangollen and Malta ... We welcome any ladies who would like to come and join us ... We practice every Wednesday evening ... Call in and have a listen, we welcome visitors.‘

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www.corpersain.co.uk

'Based in the village of Tŷcroes near Ammanford in the county of Carmarthenshire. The word “Persain" is Welsh for “pure sound” - we are ever optimistic! The Choir is available to sing anywhere and for all occasions, having a varied repertoire for formal concerts as well as weddings, festivals and informal musical evenings in smaller venues.'

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facebook.com/portadownladieschoir/

'Was formed in September 1951 ... Apart from competition work the choir enjoys taking part in charity events and in particular the annual Carol Concert in St. Mark’s Church, Portadown, in partnership with Portadown Male Voice Choir.' ALERT Needed at Review to raplace Choir Website Link with one to Facebook Page.

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www.radcliffeladieschoir.co.uk

‘Formed in September 1991 with just 14 members, the Radcliffe Ladies’ Choir has grown to a membership of 55 ladies from around the county whose ages range from early-20s to mid-80s. Since the first public appearance at Cotgrave Parish Church in 1992, the choir has given concerts at many venues in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire for various charities and organisations and hold two popular annual concerts in Radcliffe-on-Trent each July and December.‘

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www.rainfordladieschoir.com

‘We are a friendly group of women, of mixed ages, who enjoy singing for pleasure and enjoy being with each other ... We sing an eclectic mix of songs. New members always welcome ... The choir performs at many events in Lancashire and Merseyside ... The choir began in the late 1980s as an ecumenical choir, and retains strong links with local churches.’

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rainhamladieschoir.org.uk

‘A well-established choir based in the Medway Towns in Kent. Over our 50-plus year history, we have raised thousands of pounds for charities and sung in some fantastic venues including the Royal Albert Hall. We usually promote our own concerts twice a year (including a carol concert at Christmas) but are very happy to perform at other events for charities, etc.’

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www.riviera-singers-brixham.co.uk

'We are a traditional Ladies choir that sing in parts and currently have a membership of around 30 ladies of all ages, and welcome new members who may be interested in joining us ... The Riviera Singers combine the pleasure of singing with raising funds for charities. We enjoy social activities together, such as our annual garden party and Christmas lunch.

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www.rossendaleladieschoir.org.uk

‘Formed in 1977, and currently has over 40 members. Membership is made up of ladies from all age groups and all walks of life ... We have been very fortunate over the years, to have had some eminent composers write or arrange music for us ... Our repertoire is vast and extremely varied and ranges from traditional choral works, spirituals, folk songs, to more modern pieces ... We are regularly invited to perform at a variety of different venues both locally and further afield to give concerts on a paid basis and also to raise funds for charities.’

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saltashladieschoir.co.uk

‘Combines the pleasure of singing with raising funds for charities ... We perform in the Saltash area and beyond. Membership is open to all ladies over 16 years of age ... We are always ready, where possible, to sing with different choirs and seek to arrange reciprocal concerts ...'

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www.seagravesingers.co.uk

'Well-established, highly regarded and popular, all-female choir ... All concerts and competitions are performed without copies, and some pieces have simple choreography. New members are not required to audition to join, nor read music, but an ability to sing in tune is helpful ...'

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www.skiptonladieschoir.co.uk

Founded 1989: ‘We are a very friendly and enthusiastic group who share a love of singing. We enjoy experiencing a broad range of musical styles from many different eras ... Each year we present Summer and Winter Concerts and take part in the Skipton Music Festival.’

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www.sonarasingers.co.uk

'The vision of Alfreton Ladies Choir was to reflect the changes of the Twenty First Century. To this end a new name was democratically chosen after much deliberation, and a new web site created ... The exciting programmes, concerts and recordings that Sonara are now engaged in confirm that this new image is popular with all.'

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www.songbirdschoir.co.uk

'An all-female choir based in Crawley, West Sussex. With a repertoire mostly consisting of pop songs and songs from the musicals, we are different from any other choir in the area. If you like to sing and enjoy the social side of making music with like-minded people, why not join us? ...'

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www.songbirdsinharmony.co.uk

'We are a fabulous group of ladies from Hednesford, Staffordshire ... We sing mostly three part harmonies of modern popular music, and perform locally and throughout Staffordshire ... We perform regularly thoughout the year, each year performing a new repertiore with a different theme. We also support a charity each year.'  

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www.thespringfieldsingers.co.uk

‘An award-winning, friendly, vibrant female voice choir based in Lydney,Gloucestershire. With about 24 members, the choir prides itself not just on top quality singing, but having great fun, whether it's in rehearsal or performance ... We sing a huge variety of music, be it gospel, pop, classical, show songs, madrigals, African chants, jazz, folk or Disney and are always open to a bit of choreography ... The Springfield Singers are open to ladies of all ages and welcomes all levels of vocal training, including ex-choristers, bathroom belters, hairbrush divas and those who have never sung in a choir before.’

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stevenageladieschoir.co.uk

'We are a choir of about 70 members of ages ranging from 16 to 90. We sing a wide variety of music from Eva Cassidy to show tunes to Mozart ... and normally hold four concerts a year. There are no auditions necessary in order to join the choir and we welcome new members throughout the year. If you are thinking about joining then please come along to any rehearsal or to our new members' evening which is held annually.'

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www.swiftsingers.co.uk

‘A fun loving ladies choir based in South Woodham Ferrers, Essex. The choir was formed in 1989 and continues to grow every year having over 70 members. The choir sings in 4 parts and any lady, aged from 18 upwards is more than welcome to join us, there is no audition so don’t be shy!’

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www.tamworthladieschoir.com

'Our aims are to foster and promote ladies choral singing, raise funds for local and national charities and good causes, foster and promote young local singers and performers and to promote the image of Tamworth for the benefit of the local economy through our concert performances. Together of course with providing a convivial atmosphere for all members to enjoy as a stimulating and enjoyable hobby. Since its formation the choir has sung at many concerts and functions in the Tamworth and West Midlands area and in doing so has built a well-deserved reputation for a high quality and varied light programme of classic and contemporary songs ...'

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www.chanterelleschoir.co.uk

Award-winning ‘group of women in their 20s, 30s and 40s who began singing together in 2009. The choir’s singers are based across the UK and rehearse regionally as well as at their base in Leicestershire. A small number of the Chanterelles are professional musicians but for the majority singing is a hobby. Despite this, the Chanterelles derive much satisfaction from singing together at such a high standard and their professionalism and proficiency is evident in their music ... Many of the members had previously sung together in the Chanterelles’ previous incarnation as a youth choir through Leicestershire Arts in Education. This non-auditioned all-girls choir came to an end in 2001 after a decade singing together’.

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facebook.com/thesongbirdskett/

The choir consists of approximately 23 ladies, ages ranging from 20-60+. Some have musical backgrounds, some who don’t read music, some who had never sung in a choir until they joined The Songbirds. If you fall into any of those categories you are more than welcome. Our repertoire really is very extensive, ranging from Sacred to Pop, Musicals to Gospel.' ALERT Unable to raise Songbirds’ Website at Review; replaced with Link to Facebook Page.

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www.the-songbirds.com

‘An all-female singing group ... You don't have to audition to become a Songbird. You will learn about your voice, improve your singing technique and performance skills​. The Songbirds also find that the sessions build their confidence, grow their friendship group and further develop their team playing skills. Whether you are a “shrinking violet” or you love being “in the limelight” -  there is a home for you at The Songbirds! The Songbirds perform two concerts every year raising money for locally based charities or for charities close to the hearts of The Songbirds' members ... Song genres include: Musical Theatre, Jazz, Pop and Classical.’

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www.toccataladieschoir.co.uk

Toccata Ladies Choir has been an active part of the West Lothian culture scene since 1978 ... The choir consists of almost 50 members of all ages and musical abilities, brought together by their love and passion for singing and performing ... Their extensive repertoire covers a broad spectrum, encompassing classical and jazz as well as pop and musical theatre. They perform accompanied pieces and a cappella with equal skill and have enjoyed singing in Latin, Gaelic, Russian, French, German and Zulu as well as English.’

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www.torpointladysingers.org.uk

‘Formed in 1988. Based in Torpoint, Cornwall, it has members drawn from all over the Rame Peninsula. Over the years since its formation, the choir has raised tens of thousands of pounds for charity, as well as giving audiences a great deal of musical pleasure.‘

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www.trebleclefchoir.org

'A four part harmony, ladies, community choir. We perform a range of different styles of music including classical pieces, musical theatre, gospel, folk and contemporary music.'

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tregadillettsongbirds.com

‘Cornish choir formed in 2011 by a small group of ladies with a passion for singing and the intention of raising money for charity ... We currently have forty members, and new members are always welcome - no audition necessary ... Please contact our secretary ... for an informal chat if you wish to come for a taster session, or would like to book the choir for a concert. We look forward to your company.’

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tuesday-singers.org.uk

‘A friendly and welcoming ladies' choir ... The enthusiastic singers perform for various groups in Maidenhead and the surrounding area, as well as giving two public charity concerts a year raising money for deserving causes. So if you enjoy singing and would like to join a friendly choir group, please do get in touch, you will be most welcome.’

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www.vigosingers.org.uk

‘An amateur all female choir of up to thirty five voices ... We perform two to three major concerts a year with proceeds normally going to local charities. Venues for singing engagements have included Leeds Castle and local churches ... Successful concert tours have been undertaken ... New members are welcome subject to our maximum membership of 35 voices.’

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www.villagevoiceschoir.net

‘We are a women's community choir based in Seer Green, Buckinghamshire ... We sing a wide range of music, including pop, folk, swing, jazz and classical. We are unauditioned, but aim high! The choir has been on tour to Prague, Kilkenny, Belgium, Paris and Tuscany.‘

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www.vivacevoices.org.uk

‘A group of around 35 ladies who love to sing ... We meet for two hours in Tilehurst, Reading every Wednesday afternoon to practise a wide variety of songs which we then perform in informal afternoon concerts to raise money for various charities ... A small group of us form a chamber choir which performs slightly more demanding pieces at each concert. This usually involves quite a lot of individual work since rehearsal time is very limited.‘

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www.thewallaseychoir.co.uk

Formed in 2002: 'The 30 strong female choir performs both Nationally and Internationally and has sung in many prestigious locations ... The choir's repertoire is varied, ranging from oratorios & religious music to folk and pop songs including works from Bach and Handel to the more modern compositions of the Beatles and Queen. The choir was established as an amateur, non-denominational choir, performing in the community to raise money mainly for local charities ...'

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www.welshladieschoir.co.uk

'Choir of fifty voices and was formed in 1979. The members are drawn from villages around and from the market towns of Bala and Corwen in North Wales. Over the years the Choir has enjoyed performing at concerts and competing at numerous festivals. At the National Eisteddfod of Wales it has been triumphant in the Ladies Choral Competition ...'

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www.wercasfolk.com

‘A hugely popular choir of women’s voices, based in Morpeth, Northumberland. Their name derives from “Werca” ... who is described variously as a “wild and witchy woman” and “saintly” - very much like the choir, in fact. They are known for their passionate singing of the beautiful songs of their region, and a wide range of folk and contemporary songs which express the joys, hardships and hopes of women of all times.’

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wirralsingers.wordpress.com

‘Our ladies' choir has been making music together for over 60 years, forming life long friendships and establishing ourselves as one of Wirral's best-loved ladies' choirs. From Beethoven to The Beatles, from Madrigals to Freddie Mercury, if you enjoy singing, there's bound to be something for you. Based in Bebington, we welcome women of all ages to come and join us.’

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www.wulfrunaladieschoir.org

‘Songs performed are a mixture of old and new music with some 2 and 3 part singing. The choir hold concerts and give performances in a variety of venues, including churches, concert halls, schools, nurisng homes and shopping centres.  Many such performances are to support local charities ... We are always willing to hold a concert for a worthy cause. We are always happy for new members to join the choir.‘

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