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Woking Ladies Choir

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Woking, Surrey, UK

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We're a small choir that has been in existence for over 45 years. Our members benefit from the well-being that comes from singing as well as from the social support that comes from belonging to a friendly and welcoming group.

We rely heavily on our membership fees and funds secured through live performances. However, being a small choir, we sometimes struggle to bring in the revenue required to produce the high quality music that we aspire to making. Our funds are necessary to pay for things such as the hall hire, the fees for our excellent music director and pianist and the copyrights for music.

Despite being challenged by the current COVID-19 pandemic, the strength and enthusiasm that the members, musical director and pianist of Woking Ladies Choir have shown has meant that we have been able to sing via an online platform throughout the year of 2020.

We very much hope that you enjoy listening to one of our virtual choir performances and if you would like to make a donation, please click on the link below.

Make You Feel My Love

Ave Verum

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      Woking Ladies Choir

      Woking Ladies Choir

      Woking, Surrey, UK

      Woking Ladies Choir (formerly Bisley Ladies Choir) was started when a small group of ladies got together in the early 1970's to 'enjoy making music'. We're still a small friendly choir singing a wide variety of music and perform 2 or 3 concerts a year.

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