Picnic hits right note for Edwinstowe choir

Members of an Edwinstowe-based choir have met for the first time since Covid put a stop to their rehearsals.

By Wayne Swiffin
Friday, 10th September 2021, 6:30 am

The Major Oak Pop Choir is a ladies’ choir which usually meets in Edwinstowe’s Church Rooms.

With members from across Nottinghamshire, the choir has in the past held a lot of concerts and raised thousands of pounds for a number of different charities.

But coronavirus lockdowns put a stop to the choir meeting in person, although they had continued to meet over internet-based video websites.

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Members of the Major Oak Pop Choir enjoyed a post-pandemic picnic.

The choir, led by Pauline Daglish, has just got back together in real life, with some members meeting for a picnic in the Edwinstowe garden of Sheila Reed.

Plans are in place to provide a Covid-safe environment for the choir to return to in-person rehearsals, possibly at the end of September.

Anyone interested in joining the choir should visit majoroakmusic.co.uk or contact Pauline on 07450 316756.

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