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Plymouth Military Wives Choir performs in aid of St Luke’s

A fabulous concert in aid of our compassionate care? That hits all the right notes with us!

We couldn’t be happier to announce the Plymouth Military Wives Choir ‘Celebrate and Reflect’ concert on Friday 10 June in aid of St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth. Join us at Plymouth Guildhall as we come together for an evening of song, music, celebration and reflection marking 40 years of our specialist service and the 11th anniversary of the talented Plymouth based choir.

With 72 choirs and nearly 2,000 members in British military bases across the UK and overseas, the Military Wives Choirs is a charity that brings all women in the military community closer together and empowers them through singing. The choirs contain wives of serving personnel, but also those currently serving, veterans, mothers, sisters and daughters, and others with a military connection.

Hosted by BBC Radio Devon presenter David Fitzgerald, the anniversary concert will also feature the Newton Abbot Orchestra and treble Jaimie Page. COVID-safety measures will be in place.

Tickets (£12 each) are on sale in St Luke’s charity shops at Western Approach, Tavistock and Modbury, or book online.

If you would like to support St Luke’s and help us to continue to provide vital end of life care to the local community, visit our fundraising page to find out all the ways you can help.