The Torpoint Lady Singers is a choir formed in 1988. Based in Torpoint, Cornwall, it has members drawn from all over the Rame Peninsula. Over the years since its formation, the choir has raised tens of thousands of pounds for charity, as well as giving audiences a great deal of musical pleasure.
PHOTOS FROM THE BUSY CHRISTMAS SEASON:
(Thanks to Paul Roper for providing all these photos.)
Above: The Ladies prepare to sing at the Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary at St. Martins, near Looe. The event took place on Sunday 26 November 2017 to thank the Organisation for their support during the Singathon 17 event in the summer this year.
Above: On 1st December, the Ladies added much festive cheer to the opening of the Christmas Tree Festival at St. James Church in Torpoint. The Festival is open to visitors for the days up to and including Christmas.
Above: Adding some Christmas Cheer to the ARC Coffee Morning at Cornerstone Church on Saturday 2 December.
The two photos above were taken at Port Rouge as the Ladies entertained the residents with Christmas Music.
Above: At the Mt Edgcumbe Christmas Fair.
Above: The Annual Christmas Concert held jointly with the Rame Peninsula Male Voice Choir on Friday 15 December was a great success and raised over £500 for local charities.
Above: The Service of Nine Lessons and Carols was held at Maryfield Church, Torpoint on Sunday 17 December, at which the Ladies led the singing.