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Why Not Sing?


Stoulton Village Hall, Church Lane , Stoulton, Worcestershire WR7 4RE


Do come along – because it’s a very friendly and informal singing group (led by local Community Choir Leader Liz Hooper) where you can ‘find your voice’ and join with others in learning and singing great songs from all around the world in glorious, a capella harmony! From Africa to Australia, Scotland to South America there’s a great world of song out there waiting to be explored – there’s bound to be something you’ll love and you don’t need to read music because all songs are learnt by ear! AND we have tea/coffee and biccies at half-time too! 😀

Session times

We usually meet on the LAST Thursday of the month (except August & December) but do check the website for dates.

Wild Chorus


Friends’ Meeting House, Kirkgate, Cockermouth CA13 9PH


Wild Chorus is about connection: with each other; with our collective creativity; with audiences; with, in and through nature in the promotion of living more sustainably – freeing our voices to sing together in wild places!

Inspired by the wildness of the natural world, Wild Chorus is a performance choir led by Dave Camlin. By singing together in nature, we hope to promote the importance of wild places for the biodiversity and health of our planet.

Wild Chorus is a relaxed and friendly performance choir, for singers with some experience, and who are looking for a fun vocal challenge with like-minded singers. The emphasis is on having fun making a good sound together, singing material from rock, pop and folk traditions from around the world. You’re expected to be able to:

  • Commit to weekly rehearsal and personal practice in order to learn repertoire
  • Adjust your voice to blend with the group
  • Sing confidently and accurately
  • Follow a musical score.

During weekly rehearsals, we warm our bodies and voices up, and learn songs to perform as well as simply singing for pleasure. We learn repertoire mainly by ear, although lyrics, scores and rehearsal MP3s are all available to help you learn. You don’t need to be able to ‘sight read’ notation, but you do need to be able (or willing to learn!) to follow it.

Session times

Tuesdays 19:00 - 21:00 (term time)

Wild Goose Choir


South Brent Village Hall, Station Approach, South Brent, Devon, TQ10 9JL


Wild Goose Choir is a new folk-based community choir. In the sessions, we will learn a range of material within the folk canon, from the very traditional, to the modern-day. There is no audition process and absolute beginner choir singers are very welcome. An ability to sing in tune is vital, as is an openness to learn new vocal techniques. We will seek to perform at least twice a year, showcasing the songs and arrangements we have been learning. Therefore, a commitment to regular rehearsals and a willingness to perform is essential. Songs will be taught by ear initially but sheet music with all parts will also be available for you to use in sessions and take away for practise.

With Wild Goose Choir, I aim to create a safe, encouraging, warm community where members can enjoy the many benefits that group singing can bring, whilst also learning and improving their individual vocal techniques and abilities.


Session times

Tuesday evenings in term-time from 7-9pm

Wild Harmony


Totnes Road, South Brent, Devon TQ10 9BP


Wild Harmony is a small, friendly South Brent based community choir. Started over 30 years ago and having been run by a few members of NVN in the past, Emily has been leading us in song for over 8 years now.

We meet to share the joy of singing together in harmony, and to learn songs old and new, from around the world and closer to home. We have a strong sense of social justice and a commitment to inclusion so please let Emily know if you need a concession.

Everyone is welcome! No auditions and no need to read music.

Session times

Every other Friday during term times from 7:30 - 9:30pm