Wayfarers at Springfield Court

Springfield Court Nursing Home is a privately owned care home situated in the heart of rural Lancashire. The standard of care they offer to their residents has led to them being awarded an overall rating of ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission. The number of care homes in the UK which have been awarded this can be counted on the […]

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2018 Quartet Night

After months of being badgered about forming a quartet to take part in the Quartet Night, the date is almost here. Tuesday 13 November is the date this year for the annual quartet night, the table below lists those brave folk who will bravely step up and, without the aid of a safety net, deliver two songs to an appreciative […]

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2018 Southport Music Festival

On Friday, 12 October the Wayfarers Chorus once more competed in the music festival, against other choruses from the region. Our rivals this year were Just Voices, North West Harmony and Mersey Harmony and our songs were Pretty Woman, In My Life and Do You Hear The People Sing. We had virtually a full chorus singing this year, all wearing […]

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The end of course Social Evening

When we were planning the Learn To Sing course we decided it would be a good idea to hold a social evening after the final week of the course. We thought it would allow our students and their partners to get to know the chorus members and our partners. Being the day after a Bank Holiday we weren’t sure how […]

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Learn To Sing In Harmony – January Update

Good progress is being made in the organisation of our singing course.  We now have dates confirmed, roles assigned for the core working party and have even chosen the two songs we will learn during the course. The two songs will be ‘Mr Sandman’ and ‘In My Life’.  We decided that it would be good for the students if the […]

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Quartet Contest Winners

Every November the Wayfarers Chorus hold a quartet night.  This is a friendly competition which gives members the opportunity to sing in a quartet.  There are no major prizes to be won, just a bottle of wine each, but the bragging rights are worth the effort. Singing in a quartet is possibly the most difficult form of close harmony a-capella, […]

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Wayfarers ‘Men In Mufty’ at NWAS

Nine members of Wayfarers Chorus sang at the North West Ambulance Service Christmas Dinner, on Christmas Day this year.  This dinner is organised by NWAS volunteers, for Southport residents who are elderly and alone at Christmas. The occasion is self-funded, from donations raised during the year and each year the ambulance and fire staff work hard to make it happen.  […]

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