Sing For The Seasons – Castlemorton, Worcestershire


Castlemorton Parish Hall, School Lane, Castlemorton, Worcestershire


‘Sing for the Seasons’ is a welcoming Natural Voice singing group which meets once a month on a Saturday evening at Castlemorton Parish Hall in south Worcestershire.

Singing leader and Natural Voice enthusiast Sarah Rowe is happy to welcome everyone – from experienced singers to total beginners – in learning and singing a wide variety of rounds and part-harmony songs in a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere.

No reading from written music, no solos or performances: just wonderful songs, learnt then and there and sung a capella in gorgeous harmony in the moment. A joyful and uplifting experience for everyone!

At Sing for the Seasons there is an emphasis on relaxation, enjoyment and personal nourishment; Sarah aims to create a safe and supportive space where everyone can grow in confidence in sharing their voices in harmony, and where the benefits to our well-being of singing together in glorious harmony can be felt.

Bookings in advance required by email or WhatsApp (see details below.) Ages 15 and older welcome. No expectation to attend every month.

(Sarah also holds a second singing group, also called ‘Sing For The Seasons’,  in Putley, south-east Herefordshire, on a Sunday evening once a month. See Sarah’s choir listings for more details.)

When: Saturday 7-9pm, monthly.

2024 dates: Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 16, Apr 20, May 18, June 15, July 13, Sep 14, Oct 19, Nov 16

Bookings: Email Sarah on, or WhatsApp 07719 170500 (texts and calls are not received on this number), or message via the ‘Sing For The Seasons’ Facebook page: @singfortheseasons

Cost: £7.50 per person, paid by BACS in advance. Delicious refreshments included.

Venue: Castlemorton Parish Hall (click for venue website/map). Good parking at the venue, wheelchair friendly.

Session times

Saturday evening 7-9pm monthly, see group listing for full date list

Choir details


Castlemorton Parish Hall
Church Rd
WR13 6BE

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