Compton Care Choir
Through a love of song, the Compton Care Choir aims to encourage friendships and mutual support among its members. It is committed to raising awareness of Compton Care and funds to help support our work.
The Choir was formed in 2009 by the hospice’s Chaplain but ceased when the Chaplain left in early 2013. It was reformed in September 2013 by our President, Jeremy Hobbs, when a Musical Director was appointed.
After two years of inactivity during the pandemic, the choir regrouped in January 2022 to resume rehearsals and performances.
The Choir currently has 38 members but is always looking for more to join! It is open to anyone who shares a love of music and singing. No audition is necessary so come along for a taster session.
Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings in Tettenhall Wood, and the choir perform two concerts annually and at various fundraising events throughout the year.
Compton Care Choir invite you to an evening of seasonal songs, carols and entertainment. Accompanied by the Imagination Choir from Newbridge School
Saturday 2nd December 2023 at 7:30pm (doors open at 6:45pm)
Christ Church, Church Road, Tettenhall Wood, WV6 8NQ
Adults £8, Children £4, Under 5s free (includes refreshments)
Become a ‘Friend of the Choir’
If you don’t want to sing, but would love to lend a helping hand, you could become a “Friend of the Choir” and give practical help at performances, such as selling raffle tickets or serving refreshments. Your help would be invaluable!
Booking the choir for your event
Compton Care Choir perform at various events throughout the year and are available to book to enhance your audience’s experience. We make no charge for this, but welcome donations for Compton Care. To check dates and book, please contact the Bookings Secretary, Madeline Painter on 07917225692 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Your support means we can be there for those who need it most
Are you able to join a Compton Care event, volunteer in one of our Compton Care shops or play our Lottery? Without your continued support, it wouldn’t be possible for us to provide our services, free of charge, to our patients and their loved ones.