City singers present cheque to cancer charity

Clive Evans, director of income generation for The Big C, was presented with a cheque for £400 from

Clive Evans, director of income generation for The Big C, was presented with a cheque for £400 from Ken Mays, chairman of Fine City Chorus. Picture: Pete Boddy - Credit: Pete Boddy

Cancer charity The Big C has been presented with a cheque for £400 by city based barbershop group The Fine City Chorus.

The money was raised through a mixture of group member donations and bucket collections during performances.

Chorus singer Brian Pincher, 53, said: 'We chose the Big C as our charity last year as a few of our members have been affected by cancer, whether that's friends, family or themselves.'

On May 24 they will join 59 other choruses from around the country at the International Centre in Bournemouth to compete at the British Association of Barbershop Singers Convention.

The chosen charity the group will raise money for this year is Nelson's Journey.


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New members are invited to join the chorus who meet at the Lion Infant and Nursery School in Norwich every Wednesday from 7.30pm.

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