Our usual venue is unfortunately not available at present but we are grateful for the use of an open barn at Woodborough Park.
We plan to use this for rehearsals for the remainder of this season.
All necessary COVID precautions will be observed and pre-booking is required. Contact us if you need more details
Each household or support bubble is regarded as a separate group and MUST NOT INTERACT OR MINGLE WITH OTHERS.
Keep 2 metres apart at all times (unless from the same household), especially on arrival and departure.
On arrival stay outside until invited in. Once in, sanitise your hands go straight to your place and remain there throughout the rehearsal (unless otherwise directed). At the end of the rehearsal exit as directed and leave promptly.
Wear masks on arrival and when moving about. You may remove your mask to sing: adhere strictly to social distancing, direct your voice away from others and do not over articulate.
Try not to touch any surfaces apart from your own chair and possessions. Please don’t move any chairs (unless instructed to) or share music, pencils etc.
Sing at reduced volume and away from others.
If you need to move about the room maintain social distancing.
There are minimal toilet facilities available for urgent emergency use only.
Since we are more than 6 in number, we will be in an open barn, so dress appropriately.
No refreshments. Bring your own if required and do not share with others outside of your household or support bubble.
Cleaning materials will be available. At the end of the rehearsal please clean your chair; put it away as instructed and help to leave the venue clean.
It was wonderful to be singing together again - if a little chilly.
Tuesday 15th December saw a small group of us back at the Scout Hut. With Nick conducting and Brian on the keyboard we had a wonderful time again singing through some familiar carols.
Nick's invaluable Conductor's Notes from the Podium keep us up to date with vocal exercises, rehearsal videos, feedback on rehearsals and concerts.
Choraline provides an extensive catalogue of rehearsal aids for a wide range of music.
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