Around 200 singers from Pudsey, Bingley, Skipton, Menston, Oakworth and Silsden came out in force to support Dementia UK, at the King’s Hall in Ilkley.
The singers were from Voices of Yorkshire choir, which sold out two shows and performed alongside The Beatles For Sale and comedian Graeme Rayner.
As part of their ongoing support for Dementia UK, they were delighted to gift over 100 tickets to people and families living with Dementia in the local area. Organisers Nick and Sally said: “It was such a joy to see so many people enjoying the music and making memories with their loved ones.
“We are so proud of our choir members for putting on two incredible shows, especially in the heat! They pulled out all the stops and the singing was as beautiful as ever.”
If you didn’t catch them at the King;s Hall but would like to see them perform, they have several local events coming up in the following weeks, including:
- Steeton Gala on 1 July
- Oakworth gala on 1 July
- Wilsden Gala on 2 July
- Manorlands Garden Party on 9 July
- Crickfest on 27 August
They have choirs in Bingley, Pudsey, Skipton, Menston, Oakworth and Silsden and love to welcome new members. If you’re interested in joining the Voices of Yorkshire family, contact them via their website.