Hospice in the Weald is remaining up to date on the current outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and continues to follow advice from Public Heath England and the NHS. In light of the national lockdown, we have temporarily paused Hospice Day Service.
Our choir is currently meeting every Thursday at 10am on Zoom. To find out more and to access the Zoom link, please contact Hannah Bruce - Creative Musician on 01892 820558 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hospice in the Weald Community Choir is completely free of charge and is open to all those who love to sing including patients, families, carers, bereaved relatives, staff, volunteers and the wider community.
The Hospice Community Choir learn and perform a wide variety of music to cater to everyone’s personal preferences. Each week we grow with confidence and support as we build our repertoire with new and exciting songs to perform. An annual concert is held in order to raise awareness of the Hospice in the wider local community and to allow its members to share that sense of achievement and the joy of performing together. We welcome all people who want to sing, regardless or their previous experience or ability to read music.
Singing in a choir can benefit the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of each member. Group singing is fun and allows people to get away from daily stresses and worries. Due to advances in neurological science, there is a growing body of evidence explaining what community singers have already known, singing is good for you!
Other benefits include; improvements to mental health, deep breathing, vitality and pain relief as well as relief from feelings of depression and anxiety. Group singing can inspire self-confidence and encourage relaxation. Our Community Choir provides a great social support network that will help build and nurture lasting friendships.
We meet every other Tuesday from 6.30pm to 8pm at The Hospice in the Weald.
For further information, please contact