Rushmoor Odd Fellows Male Voice Choir were pleased to present a cheque for over £2,150 to the local charity Step by Step. The sum was raised from the proceeds of a concert at the Princes Hall Aldershot earlier in the
Rushmoor Odd Fellows MVC certainly hit the right notes at their concert at Farnham Maltings recently. The magnificent sum of £3,050 was donated to the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice raised from the proceeds from the concert and money donated by choir
Just before Christmas, the choir entertained patients and visitors alike singing carols in the vestibule of Frimley Park Hospital. On this occasion the money raised went to the Breast Cancer Appeal currently being run by the hospital. Nearly £200 was
On the 9th Sept 2013 we presented a cheque for £3,150.00 to Karen and Kevin Capel the organisers of the charity Christopher’s Smile. Our picture shows our chairman Peter Viveash handing it to Karen. Also in the picture are Roger Groom our
A ‘resounding success’ was the overwhelming verdict which echoed from all over in respect of our Summer Singing For You concert at The Princes Hall on Thursday 27th June 2013. This concert which we presented together with our guests the
The venue for our Christmas Singing For You Charity Concert which we presented on 7th December 2012 was The Great Hall at Farnham Maltings. There was a heartening turnout with around 330 seats filled. The concert was for the benefit of Frimley Park
Our Summer Singing For You Charity Concert held at the Princes Hall on Thursday 28th June 2012 was for the benefit of the Hampshire and Isle Of Wight Air Ambulance Service. Although not quite a full house – it was well supported despite
At a very well attended concert presented by the choir on 24th March 2012 the sum of £534 was raised to benefit the fabric fund of the North Camp Baptist Church in Queens Road Farnborough which was the venue for the event.
The choir went to Camberley on Saturday 10th March to present a concert to benefit the charity ASCT – Asian Students Christian Trust at the High Cross Church. It was a very enjoyable and worthwhile occasion for all. We received the following
On Saturday evening the 11th February our choir members braved the minus 7 degrees C. to travel to Woking to perform their first concert of 2012 at the United Reformed Church to raise funds in respect of the church extension.