Weston-super-Mare choir are recruiting new members

PUBLISHED: 14:00 14 December 2017

Live Love Choir are looking for new members.

Live Love Choir are looking for new members.

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A Weston-super-Mare based choir is looking for a new choir leader and pianist.

Live Love choir has lost members from two integral positions at the same time due to unforseen circumstances, and is seeking replacements so the group can carry on singing in 2018.

The choir sings at All Saints’ Church, in All Saints Road, and is made up of 25 members, with ages ranging from 40 to 70-plus.

Annual events include a loss to addiction service and a fundraising concert for Weston Hospicecare, which raised nearly £600 this year.

Founder choir member Denise Jacobs said: “We sing an eclectic mix of songs and as a result of our close-knit spirit, great friendships have developed.

“We are open to all and are so passionate about what we do, so we hope to fill the two positions swiftly.”

If you are interested, contact Wendy Ruddick on wruddick88@gmail.com

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