We're always looking for new members, so if you're interested please get in touch
What do you like most about being part of the choir?
"Renewing old friendships and making new friends" - Joanne
"The choir experience I find brings joy to the soul, and the physicality of singing and the spiritual surroundings fill me with wellbeing" - Shirley
"The people are very friendly, we are a diverse group and the music has a great range. I also like the fact that we are all at different levels but that we work together, with our individual abilities to make the choir whole." - Ann
Why did you join the choir?
"I saw that my friend was going to choir as she had mentioned it on Facebook, I love singing but don't get the opportunity unless its in the shower or the car!" - Clare
"I had recently moved into the area and wanted to meet people as I did not know anybody, I also wanted to be involved in my local community." - Ann
"A love of singing is something my wife and I share, so we thought this was an opportunity for some quality time together" - Graeme
What has been your highlight?
"Singing with my daughter" - Joanne
"It sounds cheesey but meeting new people I'd have probably never mixed with, and singing in a choir again for the first time in over twenty years has been superb. Gary is a great (and patient) leader" - Graeme
"Performing at the Christmas concert and having my family and friends share in the experience" - Shirley
"Singing again, which I've wanted to do for ages, and performing one of my favourite songs as part of a trio with my sister and her best friend " - Karen
Why would you recommend the choir?
"A relaxed, pressure free atmosphere to meet new people and sing a wide range of songs" - Karen
"I have recommended the choir to a few people already, I tell them its good fun and all the people are nice. I often get the answer that people dont think they are good enough, I tell them you dont have to be amazing all you need is a voice!" - Clare
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens, can change the sound of Batley" - Ann
"There are always biscuits" - Graeme