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Torbay Police & Community Choir

Latest News

Latest News

Last year the choir celebrated its 50th anniversary and to mark this milestone we held a concert at St Luke’s Church Torquay on Saturday 11th June where we were joined by the Abertillery Orpheus Male Choir. The concert started at 7-00pm. We were looking forward to the event, having waited nearly two years due to Covid for the two choirs to come together, in Torbay, a fabulous evening was had by all. This year 2024 the choir are joining Kidderminster Male Voice Choir and other choirs to sing at the Severn Valley Railway Anniversary event. We had our first concert for 2024 on Saturday 20th April with the Mevagissey Male voice choir and sang to a full church a wonderful start to our 2024 season.  

About Us

The Torbay Police Choir was formed in February 1972, and held its first outing in March that year at Newton Abbot police station. In its modern form, membership consists of a proportion of retired police officers and civilian staff, but also has a roughly equal number of members from all walks of life. Currently there are almost 30 active members in the choir, but there is no upper limit to numbers so anyone interested to learn more about choir membership please click “Contact”. Recently the choir has changed its name to the Torbay Police and Community choir, we are a progressive choir under the directorship of Hannah Spooner and to top that we have a great social life. Please if you are interested in joining us do as it says above use the “Contact” form and send us your details.

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