WOMVC sponsors a tree at Upper Ettingshall Church Christmas tree festival.
The Christmas trees can be viewed on Saturday 14th 11am-4pm, Sunday 15th 2pm-4pm & Saturday 21st December 11am-4pm.
There is also a carol service at Upper Ettingshall Church on Sunday 22nd December at 4pm.
Upper Ettingshall Methodist Church, Upper Ettingshall Road, WV14 9QS
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The Wolverhampton Orpheus Male Voice Choir closed their 70th Anniversary year with a Grand Concert of traditional male voice singing at Saint John’s in the Square Church, Wolverhampton on Saturday 30th November 2013 commencing at 7.30 p.m.
The Orpheus were joined by Hadley Orpheus Male Voice Choir. Along with the Orpheus Piano accompanist, Cynthia Bostock, was Hadley’s accompanist, Nykko-Mickael Gregoire – who performed on the Church’s famous ‘Renatus Harris’ Organ as part of the programme.
The Orpheus presented a cheque for £1,500 to the Midlands Air
Ambulance – concluding our two year ‘community partnership’ – bringing the donations raised to more than £4,200. This was gladly received by Sofia Voutianitis – Regional Fundraising Manager for the Midlands Air Ambulance.
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Our concert at St. Chad’s Coseley on 31st August went well, with a good audience and raised about £300 towards church funds.
Joining us was a talented young solo pianist, Adam Massey, who performed a number of pieces on piano.
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This was the planned programme for our concert at St. Benedict Biscop Church, part of Wombourne music festival on Wednesday 19th June at 7.30pm. For more info, see our event list.
2. Some Enchanted Evening
3. Somewhere Over the Rainbow
4. Tydi a Roddaist
5. Solo spot
6. When I Fall in Love
7. You raise me up
8. Solo spot
9. Do you hear the people sing
10. Last of the Summer wine
11. The Dambusters March
12. Fisherman of England
13. Tales from the Vienna woods
Black Country humour spot
14. Speed your journey
15. Unchained melody
16. Highland Cathedral
17. Solo spot
18. I write the songs
19. Let there be peace on Earth
20. Just Jolson Medley
Finishing with an uplifting song.
Tickets: Adults £8, Children £3
Ticket Offices: (in Wombourne)
Beau Regards, High Street. Tel: (01902) 896178
Taylors Greengrocers, Church Rd. Tel: (01902) 892154
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