Military Wives Choirs are up and coming throughout the country following on from the original Chivenor Military Wives Choir and their success with Gareth Malone.
These choirs are not just about singing; they provide a valuable community and support network for Military Wives, in particular during the tough times when their hubands are deployed.
Military Wife, Dyanne McGarry, who was a member of the Salisbury Plain Military Wives Choir, relocated to Kent and took the initiative to start a choir there. With the Royal Gurkha Regiment based in Folkestone, Dyane’s hoping some of the Nepalese women will also get involved.
The first practice session is on 19th April 7-9pm at St Martin’s Community Centre, Cheriton.
Good luck to Dyanne and the Military Wives in Kent.