Withycombe warbles’

15:56 15 September 2012

Warblers

Warblers

Archant

The Withycombe Warblers,the community choir, are set to get singing again on September 14 following a summer break.

They are a community choir open to everyone regardless of age or experience and directed by the inspirational Claire Anstee.

They meet for the sheer fun of singing every Friday morning from 10.30 - 12 at Withycombe Methodist Hall, Old Withycombe Road.

They are a relatively new choir and have only been singing together for a year.

They performed for the first time at The Exmouth Festival and there are no auditions and all songs are learned by ear.

They sing a wide variety of music from Pop to world, folk to jazz, gospel and the blues.

Choir leader Claire said: “ Singing is such a great way to forget about your worries and it’s a good way to meet new people too.”

They are recruiting new members now.

Call Claire on 01398 332781 or 07849067724.

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