Updated: Dec 5, 2022
It has been wonderful to see the Hope Singers back on the road and doing gigs after what have been a couple of very difficult years.
After kicking off at Fairways Care Home, they found themselves a bit short on numbers for their next gig at the Old Clee Church Christmas Fair, but the show had to go on and so it was a Hope quintet that entertained visitors at what was a beautiful venue.
Their third performance was at the Holy Trinity Social Club at Corpus Christi Church Hall. Our Sylvia helped to set up the social club at the beginning of the year and since then it has gone from strength to strength. The Hope Singers thoroughly enjoyed their time there with the social club members.
On Saturday 3rd December, our hardy Hope Singers braved the elements and noisy motorbikes outside the British Red Cross Shop in St Peter's Avenue in Cleethorpes. They put on a great show, which was enjoyed by passing shoppers. We'd like to thank the lovely people from the shop for their hospitality and the hot drinks and mince pies between sets were very much appreciated.
With further performances lined up at St Andrew's Hospice, Immingham Civic Centre, the Anchorage Care Home and the Val Waterhouse Centre, it promises to be a busy run-up to Christmas for the Hope Singers. They will be taking a well-earned break for a few weeks before re-commencing their weekly practice sessions at the City Church Community Hall in Chelmsford Avenue in mid-January.
Click here to watch videos of the Hope Singers' recent performances.