Halfway Harmony singing “Minnadhu Breaks”

Halfway Harmony is a group based in Kingsand which sings Cornish folk, sea shanties, traditional rock and easy-listening songs, often with a touch of comedy. Any member of RPMVC is welcome to join.  Halfway Harmony have raised thousands of pounds for charities over the years and have sung at County Shows, Festivals and all types of social gatherings. Our most recent performances were funeral and memorial services at Maker church, singing for patients at Bodmin and Liskeard hospitals, an RNLI fund-raising in Wilcove, and a wake at the Carew Arms. Forthcoming engagements include a wedding, 80th birthday party, and a St Piran Shout in celebration of Cornwall’s patron saint.

The group takes it’s name from the Halfway House Inn at Kingsand where they can be heard singing each Wednesday evening after choir practice. We have restarted HH rehearsals. First is at Gallows Park (7.0 pm) on Friday March 15.

Halfway Harmony singing in smuggler’s style “Zachy’s Shanty”



The Max Wall Halfway Harmony men ready for action at the Lions’ New Year Swim in Cawsand Bay. (Left to right) Brian Dawson, Martin Walsh, Colin Gilbert, David “Curly” Milsom, and Miles Eckford. This fine body of men won the event fancy dress award.