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Yorkshire Wolds Community Choir was founded in 2011 by Fiona Bone who is the musical director. It all started at a BBQ at Fiona's house where, after a ‘few drinks’ everyone start singing! One bright spark suggested Fiona start a choir, and the rest is history.


Originally known as Leconfield Community Choir, the  choir rehearses every Monday evening in Hutton Cranswick.  The choir started with just 8 members and now has in excess of 40! 


Fiona is still leading the choir and there are some members still with us from those early days. The choir has come a long way in that time but the ethos is to have fun singing whilst also raising money for charity - we have raised thousands of pounds so far! 

If you would like to a part of this fantastic singing sensation ~ there is no audition. The only attribute required is a sense of humour.

Yorkshire Wolds Community Choir currently has around 40 active members – including about 10 men! We meet every Monday in Hutton Cranswick  to learn new songs, practice old ones and enjoy ourselves. Choir members are of all abilities and ages. Yorkshire Wolds Community Choir is all about enjoying yourself and, if we can, raising some money for charity on the way. 
We sing a wide range of songs from across, genres, periods and styles. We tend to perform songs in four parts. At the moment our repertoire includes: Bridge Over Troubled Water, Sing Sing Sing, Mack the Knife and Over the Rainbow by. We also have a selection of carols up our sleeve for the festive season. We are always looking to welcome new members. There are no auditions, no need to be able to read music, no need to commit to coming every week. All you need is a sense of fun and a love of music. You will find us in Hutton Cranswick SRA from 7:30pm - 9:00 pm every Monday.
The choir has performed in all sorts of different venues and for a range of events including Weddings, Hull City Hall, Residential Homes, and the Churches. They have performed on Look North as part of the Children In Need celebrations; have been a 'warm-up act' for Tia Mero, and we have twice performed for the Singing For The Brain Charity. We were honoured to have been invited to be a part of the 70th anniversary celebrations for the Air Sea Rescue on the RAF base in Leconfield and to have been invited to sing for the 100th anniversary of the RAF. In October every year, we have a birthday concert where we raise money for charity. This year we are raising money: Marie Curie, Spine & Driffield Food Bank.
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