Hastings and Rother choirs join together in song to raise thousands of pounds for St Michael's Hospice
St Michael's Hospice was joined by 20 local choirs last month for their annual St Michael's Hospice Big Sing at St John's Church, Brittany Road, St Leonards.
The audience and choir sponsors were extremely generous and a huge £4,908 was raised for the Hospice.
The audience were kept entertained as the choirs took to the stage and sang their hearts out for the Hospice.
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“With thanks to the groups taking to the stage this year: Oresome Sounds, Tune Up Tuesday’s, Sea Tones, Battle Community Singers, Treble Clef’s, Soundwaves Community Choir, The Melodians, Harmony One, Christchurch Singers, Rother Community Choir, All Aloud Choir, Vocality, JACS, Hastings Voice Squad, Peasmarsh and District Ladies Choir, The Class Choir, Las Pasionarias, Whatlington Singers, Hastings Gospel Choir and Hastings Philharmonic.
The event was such a success the Hospice has already set the date for next year, which will be on October 12.
To keep up to date with hospice news and events, visit www.stmichaelshospice.com/keepintouch.