Singing group hits the cash high notes

Welwyn & Hatfield Times,

Wednesday, June 2, 1999

Enthusiastic vocalists have reached a fundraising landmark after using their talents to collect £100,000 for charity.

 In the 18 years since Singing For Pleasure formed, the choir has supported causes including the Isabel Hospice, RNLI, Welwyn Hatfield Access Group and the council chairman's chosen charities.

Around 75 enthusiastic vocalists regularly attend rehearsals and now raise about £12,000 each year.

And the group, set up by Glynis and Cliff Rogers of Hollybush Lane, WGC, hit its target earlier than expected.

Glynis said "We thought we wouldn't get the £100,000 until Christmas this year but we had some successful concerts in the first part of the year."



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