This is a copy of the weekly newsletter for week begining 16th of October 2017
Please do accept my apologies about the fact that there has not been a newsletter for the last couple weeks, I had to go home to Scotland for a couple of weeks for a family funeral. It is brilliant to be back now and to see so many happy and jolly faces at the rehearsal on Thursday and on Sunday at both the civic service and on evensong. I am sure that we all enjoyed the lovely service. We have a relaxed about of weeks coming up a with some events here and there, more on these can be found in this newsletter and on the website. This newsletter and previous ones can be found on the website: www.salcombegospelchoir.co.uk
Workshop – Saturday 4th November
We have the brilliant Callington Gospel Choir joining with us for a workshop on Saturday 4th November from 10am in Salcombe Church, with a short performance for family and friends from 4pm, we aim to be finished by 5pm. We shall be doing some mutual learning, we’ll teach them some of our repertoire and they’ll teach us some of theirs.
Read more: SCGC Newsletter 16/10/17
On behalf of the committee it was great to see so many of you at our first rehearsal on Thursday past, we shall be meeting every Thursday as usual until the October half-term. We have a lot planned between then and now, including weddings and workshops, however, you shall be kept informed of everything that is going on. For those of you who did not receive the newsletter last week, this one and all previous newsletters are available on the website www.salcombegospelchoir.co.uk
Workshop with Hannah Brine
This Saturday (23rd) the brilliant Hannah Brine shall be leading us in a workshop starting from 10am in Salcombe Church, with a short performance for friends and family at 4:30pm. For those of you who are coming along, we shall be having a bring and share lunch, with contributions welcomed, refreshments provided. If you are able to bring something along then please do either sweet or savoury, but no crisps and nibbles. We are all looking forward to what should be a highly enjoyable day.
Read more: SCGC Newsletter 18/9/17