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We meet at Brierfield Library, Colne Road, BB95HW, every Tuesday, at 7 pm until 9 pm.

Please use the navigation bar on the top to find out how to contact us and to find out more about our choir. Please see posts below for news items.

Choir practice with our leader Janet Swan.

Choir practice with our leader Janet Swan.

The choir has been running since March 2013. Set up with funding from the Near Neighbours Fund (Church Urban fund), the choir welcomes people from all faiths and none.

NB Choir dates below. 

Dates for choir Spring 2018

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Minsteracres 2018

Janet is leading another weekend of singing at Minsteracres at the end of October 2018.

The theme this time is Songs for the Journey.

For more information and booking, click here Songs for the journey

Choir Birthday Celebration.

We celebrated our choir’s fifth birthday on the 12th March by visiting the One Sixty Restaurant. The restaurant has recently been refurbished and is under new management. The food was delicious and the service excellent. We thought the main meals were delicious and many of us said we couldn’t eat a dessert … until they came! We did of course sing for our supper too.

Happy Christmas ! 

Thank you to our choir leader Janet Swan for all the hard work this year and for the ‘surprise’ spread  last night…. as somebody said ..’we are so much more than just a choir’. 

Don’t forget we return on the 9th of January.  Happy Christmas everybody. 

Christmas greetings

Over twenty Choir members and Janet had a lovely meal together at Loom Makers in Burnley on Sunday evening after we had enjoyed singing at Burnley and Nelson United Reformed Church’s carol service.

Our Christmas tree looked resplendent and we don’t look bad ourselves, do we?

Thanks to all who braved the weather and sang so well. As always, thanks to Janet for encouraging us and holding us together.

Christmas Tree Festival

After the Star Team’s hard work making decorations, our tree will join those of other organisations at Burnley and Nelson United Reformed Church later this week.

Volunteers who can help to take the tree and decorate it on Wednesday 6th December between 11am and 2pm would be greatly appreciated. The church will be open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday during similar hours so that visitors can call in and see the trees which will still be in place for our singing at the carol service on Sunday.