Choir hit the right notes at residential home

PUBLISHED: 09:05 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:05 28 February 2013

Members of Singing Aloud before their performance at St George’s

Members of Singing Aloud before their performance at St George’s

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AN A cappella choir hit the right notes at an old people’s home to raise funds for Comic Relief.

The Singing Aloud group entertained residents at St George’s Nursing Home, in Kneesworth Street, Royston, on Sunday.

They sung a variety of classic tunes and original compositions while taking donations for the charity.

Musical director Ruth White said: “It was a fun afternoon, and it was great to see the residents have a good time and sing along with us.”

Singing Aloud is open to everyone. If you are interested in joining the group, contact Ruth White on ruth@ruthawhite.com or by calling 07916 798655.


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