You could really fit in with the team at Stevenage choir, so why not pipe up?
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If you want to get a bit fitter but you’re not really tuned in to sweating it out in a gym, why not sing out and shape up?
Stevenage Ladies Choir welcomes new members and is inviting anyone interested in finding out more to come along on Thursday, February 5, when they get together at St Nicholas JMI School in Six Hills Way.
The choir’s Jan Grayson said: “The nature of our workout is perfect for cardiovascular fitness. It also helps with your posture – you can’t breathe properly if you don’t sit or stand correctly.
“Then, of course, there is the social side – you can meet new friends, you may even spot someone familiar but had no idea they could sing!
“Our ages range from students to much more senior ladies, there is no upper limit.
“We have been in Stevenage since 1960 and our aim is to perform for the enjoyment of others and ourselves and to raise money for local charities.”
The open evening, which starts at 8pm, will feature a piece the choirs know well, one singers have only just started to learn and a brand new number for visitors and members to learn together. Find out more online at www.stevenageladieschoir.co.uk.
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