What our members say about the Choir


Without More Than Just A Choir as I don’t know where I would be today.
David Phelops has supported me, listens to all my problems that I have been through.
I am grateful for everyone’s support and have been amazed that I am now big part of they choir events as I have a tough time in the past.
More Than Just A Choir have made me smile again and enjoy life again.
I have made many new friends at choir too.
— Anusha Joseph (Choir member and committee member of More Than Just A Choir)
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“Singing with the choir has helped me find my voice at work”

 “…highlight of the week, coming out”

It gives me something to look forward to and lift up my drooping spirit”

“…feel a part of something and less alone”

“…choir gives me the opportunity to socialise, make friends, feel warm and happy, and to use my voice. I feel I am also able to share my feelings and be honest and open

“It is a commitment and I like singing. It uplifts me and I appreciate the support, when I am going through a bad patch. People genuinely care about each other.

I feel part of a ‘family’ of friends

“…somewhere to go on Tuesday evenings, being in company, without judgment

I love the whole camaraderie of going in a group, so we can get to know each other.  It is a lovely way to spend an afternoon, as I’m usually alone.  Days out are important.”

For me personally you've managed to achieve something bordering on unique: you've got me committed (almost!) to a weekly activity that I've both enjoyed and maintained for 10 months with very few missed rehearsals or events! (a list of the activities that I've started in my life and dropped after a short time would fill more than one A4 page). So thank you all for a much valued weekly experience

D N
Choir Member since December 2010