Suffolk Constabulary Male Voice Choir
Celebrate 50 Years
Four Choirs Join In Harmony
For Each

The Suffolk Constabulary Male Voice Choir was formed 50 years ago from serving Police Officers. It has built a tradition of music to entertain a wide variety of audiences whilst enhancing the reputation of the Suffolk Constabulary within the community. Membership is now open to all ranks of serving and retired police officers, members of the Special Constabulary, police employed personnel and friends of the Suffolk Constabulary. Over the years concerts throughout Suffolk and beyond have raised thousands of pounds for local causes.

To mark this very special anniversary the Suffolk Constabulary Male Voice Choir will be joined for a charity concert, by the Essex Police Choir, the Hertfordshire Constabulary Choir and the St Edmundsbury Male Voice Choir. The concert in aid of East Anglia?s Children?s Hospices, is on Saturday 14th April at St John The Baptist Church, Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich, commencing at 7.30pm.

Choir Secretary, Stephen Wade said, ?Choir members are all looking forward to this concert. We are delighted that Rachel Sloane has agreed to be our compere and very grateful to Jeffries of Bacton (Sales) for sponsoring this event. It is going to be a wonderful evening of music making with over 100 singers participating?.

Tickets are now on sale. Tickets purchased before the day cost 8.00 each. Subject to availability tickets costing 10.00 each can be purchased on the door.

For further information and to order tickets telephone 01449 672600.

Secretary - Stephen Wade - 01449 672600 -

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