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As we reported at the beginning of August, a new pop choir is about to get underway in Haddenham. Below, choir leader Ian English provides an update.

Haddenham Pop Choir is a new community choir, meeting on Monday evenings at 7.45pm at St Mary's Centre.

The main focus is the fun and enjoyment we'll have singing on a Monday evening, although the choir will also perform in support of charitable or local community causes.

I've been delighted with the response for the choir. There are now nearly 60 names on the attendance list for the first night on Monday 11th September and this is close to full capacity.

If you would like to come along for a free 'taster' evening please contact me by email (ianjenglish@hotmail.com) or by phone (01844 261171) first, to confirm that spaces are still available.

For subsequent evenings the cost is £5 a night for 2 hours of singing and fun.

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