Information on this page was last updated on 01/10/2017
The Hyndburn Singers is a local mixed-voice Choir which was founded by Husband & wife team Alan & Cynthia Ashworth in January 1981. In the initial years the Choir rehearsed in the School Room of the Central Methodist Church in Whalley Road Accrington, the site of the present Mearley Vetenary Practice.
When the Central Methodist church was demolished the Choir moved to the Conservative Club in Cannon Street but when the venue closed, it moved to its present base in the School Room of the United Reformed Church just a hundred yards or so up the road form where it started.
The choir are always looking for new members to join us. We have availability in all sections; Bass, Tenor, Alto and Soprano. If you enjoy singing, come and give it a go. There is no requirement to be able to read music as this is something that can be picked up on in time.
As a choir, we are available to perform concerts, at fundraising events, during local activity days, at religious festivals and at weddings to welcome the guests and sing during the signing of registers. Quite often, we are able to personalise performances. This can be discussed at time of enquiry.
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