WELCOME : Our 40th Anniversary year
Founder members David May & Raymond Hancock cutting the cakes: 70 plus photographs from our dinner party are available to see – just click on the picture
Let us sing for you! Love Songs – Folk Songs – Sea Shanties – Traditional Hymns.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
ring: 01752 822 523 or 823 617
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Secretary: Dave Rosson: 01752 812 582
Chairman: Dave Clarke: 01752 823 617 Concert Secretary: Geoff Isaac: 01752 812 036
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Pride of Cawsand
Below: Short Video clip of “Pride of Cawsand” at Torpoint Cornerstone by Sheila Stuart. Click on the picture below to see the Video on Drop box – You DO NOT need a Dropbox account or special “apps” to play these videos but some PC’s/Tablets/Phones might not play without. Enjoy.
Below: Full 3 Minute Video of “Nessun Dorma” at Ilminster Minster by Rosss Gillon. (be patient, Depending on your equipment, download time will vary)
Click on the picture to see the Nessun Dorma Video on Drop box – You DO NOT need a Dropbox account or special “apps” to play these videos but some PC’s/Tablets/Phones might not play without.(Depending on your equipment, download time will vary) Video & Audio by Ross Gillon. Enjoy.
Presidents Plate Award.
Pictured below:- Rame Choir awarded the President’s Plate for promotion of music and work within the community by the Cornish Federation of Male Voice Choirs. Proudly accepted & shown by choir member Fred Luckraft.
The photo below shows a presentation in Janauary to to the Revd. Jill Murray, towards the Cawsand Congregational Church following a concert in our Practice Hall with a “packed out” audience. Thankyou to everyone. Just one of the worthy causes which we supported in the past few months.
You are most welcome to come and see us practice on a Wednesday night at the Village Hall, Kingsand from 7.30-9.30pm. Free tea & biscuits while you see the pains we go through!!
We are part of the heritage of “Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner“: The South East Cornwall Tourist Association (SECTA) made a podcast about the area (and the Choir). To listen just click on this link. Hear the SECTA Podcast then scroll down the page to Rame Peninsula and click the Play button – Enjoy! Our Choir is on this podcast singing Minnadhu Breaks.