Voices of Lecale Community Choir

If you can walk you can dance, if you can talk you can sing

Welcome & Happy New Year!

Welcome, Yule! Christmas Concert

Sunday 2 December 3pm, Down Arts Centre

Thanks to everyone who came to our SELL-OUT Christmas concert this year in aid of Glebe House! Watch this space for details of what was raised ...

Helping Glebe House ...

 

Voices handing over cheque for £1,000

to Harmony Community Trust (Glebe House) representatives

Seamus Camplisson & Paul Thompson 

17 October 2018  

Voices of Lecale is a community folk choir based in the historic town of Downpatrick, County Down. The choir was formed in May 2007 and developed out of The Singers' Circle, an informal weekly night class taught by Laura Plummer at Down Arts Centre. The class is now in its 14th year and is aimed at people who enjoy singing as part of a group for pure enjoyment! Laura is also Musical Director of the choir.

The choir is a registered charity (No. 102406) and since 2007 we've raised £28,000 for a range of good causes - you can find out more on our News Releases page. 

Our current nominated charity is Glebe House (Harmony Community Trust).

Have a look at the Hearing Voices & News for choir members pages for upcoming events & performances. 

You can keep in touch by joining our website - add your name and email below to receive our newsletters! You can also visit us on Facebook - www.facebook.com/VoicesofLecale/

 

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