Lympstone Military Wives Choir will be holding its Christmas Concert, in support of Exmouth Friends in Need and its own funds.

The event takes place on Friday, December 8 in Lympstone Parish Church, Church Road, Lympstone EX8 5JU at 7.30pm. Expect to be entertained with a variety of songs including songs written and/or arranged by the Military Wives Choirs, and a selection of Christmas music to get you in the festive mood.

Tickets are £15 and include a hot drink and mince pie. Available from, the Exmouth Friends in Need shop in Exmouth Indoor Market, the Gordon Messenger Centre opposite CTCRM, and on the door on the night.

The choir is supporting Exmouth Friends in Need, a non-profit organisation founded in November 2018. It exists to help prevent and alleviate poverty for families in Exmouth and surrounding areas. Website:

The Military Wives Choirs is a community of over 2000 women in 72 choirs across the UK and internationally. They come together to celebrate a love of singing and a communal understanding that comes from our members' shared experiences of the Armed Forces.

They welcome all women whose lives are currently impacted by their military connection; our network supports each other and forms life-changing friendships that lead to new and uplifting experiences through singing.

Singing in a choir has been proven to increase wellbeing and improve mental and physical health. With no auditions and no pressure to perform, the Military Wives Choirs gives its members the opportunity to spend time with women that truly understand the challenges associated with military life.

Lympstone MWC was formed in 2011, one of the first choirs to come together after the Gareth Malone TV series. We currently have around 20 members and rehearse on Wednesdays 5.30-7.30 pm in the Gordon Messenger Centre, opposite CTCRM’s main gate. We welcome new members at any time. Contact us at if you are interested in joining us or booking the choir for an event.