Harmony Choir singing brightens up stormy Falmouth

Falmouth Packet: Harmony Choir singing brightens up stormy Falmouth Harmony Choir singing brightens up stormy Falmouth

The Cornish Harmony Choir braved stormy weather in Falmouth on Christmas Eve for the annual mobile carol service.

The group, with members of male voice choirs from across the county, made their way from Grove Place to The Moor, stopping at selected points to sing traditional Cornish carols for gathering crowds.

Starting at Falmouth Watersports Centre at 10.30, the group, led by conductor Ivor Richardson, had a wet start, but the sun came out for their performance at Church Corner.

They then moved on to Market Street before finishing at The Moor, and retiring to Falmouth Rugby Club for more singing, accompanied by a pasty and a pint.

Donations raised along the route will be shared out between Falmouth Stroke Club, Falmouth Befriending Service and the Falmouth branch of the Mission to Seafarers.

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11:28pm Tue 24 Dec 13

molesworth says...

Best ever singing by the choir! Always gives me goosebumps.
Best ever singing by the choir! Always gives me goosebumps. molesworth

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