Feedback from Ypres audiences

May 22nd, 2018 by Julie Hollings



Just a wee note to say how wonderful it was on Saturday to hear the choir sing under the Menin Gate.  We had visited Ypres for the weekend and had planned to hear the last post so imagine how wonderful it was to hear the choir as well.  To top that, I am Scottish and hearing the bagpipes played also added to the experience.  I was moved to tears.  Jointly my partner and I lost many family members in WW1 and it’s so heart-warming to know that they are not forgotten for their sacrifice during that terrible tragic war.

Thanks so much to all the members who were there on Saturday and for the conversations we had with a few.

I was in the crowd watching you yesterday evening, overheard ‘Rhythm of Life’ and had to come over. Superb! ‘Bring him home’ was beautiful and full of emotion’ the soloist singing ‘Love changes everything’ was top class and crikey the last note blew me away! From a lowly alto that sings ‘Rhythm of Life’ and ‘Bring him home’ with the Portsmouth Military Wives Choir Wish we could have seen you at Menin Gate unfortunately we had to head back to Calais. Outstanding singing

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May 20th, 2018 by Julie Hollings

Just completing our weekend in Ypres, with performances at Tyn Cot cemetery and the Menin Gate, as well as concerts in the shadow of the Cloth Hall in the market square, and this evening in St George’s Church.


TIckets available for our concerts at Wilson Street Church in Featherstone on 30 May and 1 June.


Contact Peter Trevor for tickets.

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Patrons’ Concerts

May 13th, 2018 by Julie Hollings

After all our patrons have had first pick of tickets for the summer concerts, we have 50 available to all comers for Wednesday 30 May, and 40 available for Friday 1 June.

If you would like to come along to either concert, contact Peter Trevor, our Concert Secretary, on 07773600150.

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War Horse

May 9th, 2018 by Julie Hollings

Don’t miss us on Friday 11 May, when we will be performing for the unveiling of Featherstone’s amazing War Horse. Firstly we will be in the Community Centre at 9.00am, then we will relocate to the site of the War Horse on Wakefield Road (parking in the Lions Rugby Club car park). Join us if you can.

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