The group also sometimes visits local cathedrals at Chichester and Portsmouth to sing evensong when the Cathedral choir is on holiday; visits local care homes to sing Christmas, Easter and Harvest music for residents who are unable to attend the church due to infirmity, and sings at least two concerts a year at St. Botolph's. They also, at the end of August 2016, paid a three-day visit to sing services at Worcester Cathedral.
The repertoire includes compositions from the Renaissance (16th Century) to the present day.
Since September 1986, the organist and choirmaster has been Neil Turner.
Choir practices are held each Friday between 7.30 and 9.15pm and new members are always welcome.
Junior choristers - both boys and girls - can start from the age of 7 and are able to follow the RSCM training scheme.
Adults in all voice parts are welcome, but sight-reading ability is preferable, since some of the music is quite challenging.
For further information about the choir please contact:
Martin Didymus, choir librarian, on 01903 202036 or email email@example.com