Thank you to everyone who supported our Spring Concert back in April. Our preparations had been hampered by covid but we were determined that the show had to go on and the feedback has been great so thank you to everyone who supported us whether as sponsors, performers or as part of the audience.
The knock on effect of covid and these challenging times continue to have an impact on the Society. Having had no income during the pandemic and now a reduced number of members due to shielding or health issues, we are in need of funds.
Of course, one of the many joys of singing is that it is free, so why do we need sponsorship and financial support? Well, our concerts are costly. Although the singers are amateur, we use professional soloists and musicians to deliver a first-class performance. There are other associated costs such as venue hire, printing and refreshments that add to the financial burden.
Like most community organisations, our committee is made up of volunteers who manage the membership, rehearsals and events. As you would imagine, the team are passionate about the choir and their love of singing, from our basses to sopranos. Singing together is hugely beneficial for our well-being and mental health. The Hadleigh Choral Society has been established in our community for over 100 years and serves as an activity for all ages but particularly the retired. The Society is key to the positive profile of the town and we are proud of our heritage, particularly when visitors to the town come along and enjoy our concerts.
Would you or your business be interested in sponsorship? As many businesses look to engage with their community and be supportive of local charities and organisations, we would welcome your support. We offer adverts in our concert programme from as little as £100, complimentary tickets for our concerts and regular mentions on our website and social media.
“We are proud to support the Hadleigh Choral Society and we believe that, as a local business, we want to be supportive to organisations that help to make Hadleigh a great place to live and work.” Georgia Hall, Matthew Douglas Ltd
Want to know more? please contact Beth Clarke, publicity officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Helen Rogerson, our secretary at email@example.com.