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Newark Palace Singers community choir donates to Rumbles Catering Project





A Newark-based choir has donated money from their performances to a local charity.

The Palace Singers choir has presented a £1,700 cheque to Rumbles Catering Project, which provides education and training for people with learning disabilities.

“I can’t think of a better way of supporting local good causes than by giving concerts and entertaining our audiences while having a lot of fun doing what we love,” said Angela Kay, the choir conductor.

Angela Kay presents a cheque for £1,700 to Simon Bell, manager of Rumbles Café, watched by member of staff, Lisa Copeland and applauded by members of the choir. (59092446)
Angela Kay presents a cheque for £1,700 to Simon Bell, manager of Rumbles Café, watched by member of staff, Lisa Copeland and applauded by members of the choir. (59092446)

Over the past six years, the choir has raised more than £8,000 for good causes.

Simon Bell, manager of Rumbles Café in Sconce Park, Newark said: “We will put it towards buying new tables for the café, which are very badly needed.”

Palace Singers meet weekly on Tuesday from 10.30am to 12.30pm at St Giles’ Community Hall, Main Street, Balderton.

There are around 70 members of all ages, who sing the different genres of the repertoire, from classicals to musicals, folk to swing.

The choir invites potential new members to go along to a rehearsal.



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