Message from Committee
Your Committee has been continuing to meet on-line and make decisions on behalf of the Society.
Whilst we are in lockdown, we are sending out fortnightly newsletters (see below) to keep you updated and hopefully amused with some links to useful websites, singing activities etc. If you have anything you think other members would appreciate, please send them to Helen who will post them here and in future newsletters.
The AGM will be going ahead as planned on Tuesday 23rd June at 7.30pm. Whilst it looks increasingly unlikely we will be able to meet in the Ansell Centre, we intend going ahead online, via Zoom. Full details will be sent shortly.
In the meantime, we hope you are all keeping well and we'll all be back singing again soon.
Hiatus Newsletter No. 4
Hiatus Newsletter No. 3
Hiatus Newsletter No. 2
Hiatus Newsletter No. 1
Something to keep you amused from your fellow members:
The Hallelujah Chorus - with a social-distancing twist (Liz): Wheaton College Church
For the cyclists among you, (Jessica): Beethoven's 5th
(for more Line Riders: Line Riders )
Choir practice for animal lovers (Liz): All God's Creatures got a place in the Choir
Choraline (Maggie): Messiah at Home
I believe (Jean Hamer): I believe
On-line streaming music/theatre/art (John B): Music & Arts
Great news - especially for Sue - Barbara Yorke-Edwards has very kindly offered to take up the role of Librarian with effect from the Autumn term. More to follow.
Please sign up to this great way of raising funds for the Society. It's free and very easy to use, and for every purchase you make on-line a donation goes to the Society.
Just go to the site: easyfundraising.org.uk and enter Hadleigh Choral Society under "search for your cause". The website takes you through the steps to sign up. You then just search for the retailer you want to shop with (including Amazon) and a percentage of your spend is automatically donated to the Choir.
From our last Saturday rehearsal
A huge thankyou to Moya (and Sally's chickens) for the fabulous cake we all enjoyed at our last Saturday rehearsal.
Thanks to members' generosity, we raised £235 for CRY- a great effort.