Warrington Male Voice Choir is one of the oldest choirs in the United Kingdom, tracing
its formation back to 1898. During its long history the choir has performed in many
famous concert halls and cathedrals in Great Britain, Ireland, Europe and Canada. The
choir has enjoyed success at all the principal music festivals in the North and,
during the past two decades, has demonstrated its choral quality and consistency
with outstanding results in national and international competition.
The choir was delighted to have its president, the Mayor of Warrington, Councillor
Geoff Settle with Mayoress Mrs Jean Settle, attend choir rehearsal on Thursday, 10th
September, 2015, at the Alford Hall, Warrington. The Mayor enjoyed the rehearsal
and expressed his desire to repeat the visit on a future occasion.
The Mayor of Warrington, Councillor Geoff Settle, together with Mayoress Mrs Jean
Settle, attend a choir rehearsal at the Alford Hall, Warrington
Choir chairman, Bob Williams, shows the Mayor to his seat with the first tenor section
for rehearsal. Did the Mayor hit the high notes?