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Military Wives Choirs sing out for new members
Women from across the Armed Forces community are eligible to join the Military Wives Choirs. Perhaps you or your partner would like to join them …
If you are a female serving, the wife or partner of someone currently serving, a veteran, mother, sister, daughter or someone with another military connection, you are very welcome to join.
The network is tri-service and free from rank. No previous musical experience is required and no audition is necessary to join one of the 72 choirs across the UK and overseas.
Says Maggie Pedder, chair of trustees and choir member: ‘I would urge you to consider joining the Military Wives Choirs; we bring women from across the military community together to sing, share and support one another.
‘Choir is a really important evening in my busy week, where I can set aside some time just for me and really feel part of a community. The pandemic has been a challenging time, but we have continued to feel stronger together.’
Want to know more?
The Military Wives Choirs are part of the SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity family. Send an email to find out more and to sign up for an exciting virtual taster session.
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