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By Sandra Wallis - 8th September 2017 8:21am
In September 2007, a new phenomenon came to Church Minshull. The first singing group hit the Village Hall with Sing for Fun. Having passed through several reincarnations, 10 years later Carry on Singing, as it is now known, has gone from strength to strength. With 60 people registered to sing, Wednesday afternoons are always resounding with music from the Shows, to folk music, to 60's music, Glen Miller and everything in between.
Meeting every Wednesday afternoon, the group raises money for charities and is at present preparing for the Old Time Music Hall together with the Church Minshull Amateur Dramatic Group. Anybody who wishes to join us is more than welcome — just come when you are available. No commitment or wonderful voice is required, just an enthusiasm for singing.
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