Community choir hits the right note with council…
September 6, 2022
Cramlington Town Council is delighted to support Voices In Tune: Cramlington Community Choir, with a grant from its Community Chest.
The local group received £943.77 from the Council to help with costs including the provision of an amplifier and a folding keyboard.
The adult choir formed in 2021 and currently has 55 regular singers who benefit from the positive feelings generated by being part of a group.
Choir leader Jill Brown said “Promoting wellbeing and community is key to this choir and it has been a joy to seen the reaction from the choir members and the audiences as we have performed in Cramlington and further afield.”
Cramlington Town Council’s Community and Youth Manager Maggie Martin said “Our councillors were very happy to support this group who are generating community spirit across our town. They have such a positive vibe. Seeing them perform brings a smile to one’s face and is good for the soul!”
“If any other community groups would like to apply for a Community Chest grant I urge them to follow the link HERE which explains the eligibility criteria and the application process. or email email@example.com”
Pictured: Voices In Tune performing at Cramlington Town Council Conservation Showcase in Manor Walks. Photograph by Kevin Brown.