Rock choir spreads festive cheer with garden centre gig
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Shoppers were treated to some festive cheer thanks to more than 50 singers from across North Somerset.
Rock Choir members put on two performances at Cadbury, A Wyevale Garden Centre in Congresbury featuring contemporary songs as well as a Christmas carol medley.
The choir was drawn from groups in Nailsea, Portishead, Weston and Burnham, all of which are led by Rebecca Broadbere.
Rebecca will soon be moving to North Wales but the groups will continue under new leadership from January 17.
The Rock Choir concept was started in Surrey in 2005 by musician and singer, Caroline Redman Lusher.
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Rock Choir was the first choir to give the general public the chance to sing pop, rock and chart songs with no entry audition and no requirements to read music or have any previous singing experience.
To to sign up for a taster session, visit www.rockchoir.com
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