March Can’t Sing Choir donates £100 to local charity

PUBLISHED: 12:21 13 October 2018

Members of March Can�t Sing Choir Committee presented Parkinson�s March Group with a cheque for �100. 
Picture: DAVID PYE.

Members of March Can�t Sing Choir Committee presented Parkinson�s March Group with a cheque for �100. Picture: DAVID PYE.

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Members of March Can’t Sing Choir Committee presented Parkinson’s March Group with a cheque for £100.

The choir, a non-profit making group which meets every Wednesday evening at Trinity Hall, raised the money over a number of months.

The Parkinson’s March Group was chosen to be supported this half-year following a request by Mrs Summerlin to entertain at one of the Group’s monthly meetings.

Choir committee treasurer Valerie Gayler said: “The committee feels that as long as we can find a small surplus, we would like to donate to the March community by selecting a local charity to support each half-year”.

Regular choir members will be asked to make suggestions for future recipients of the choirs’ charitable donations.

The cheque presentation was made on Wednesday October 3.

For more information or if you would be interested in joining the choir email marchcantsing@yahoo.co.uk or visit www.marchcantsingchoir.com

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