Gentlemen Songsters donate to Mayor’s charities
The Mayor of Dudley has thanked the Gentlemen Songsters for a donation of £1,000 towards his chosen charities.
Performing 16 concerts in Dudley borough every year, the 66-strong male voice choir prides itself on raising funds for local and national charities.
The choir is 62 years old and has donated to the Mayor of Dudley’s charities for many years.
The £1,000 will be split evenly across the Mayor's three nominated charities for this year - Headway Black Country, Hope Centre and White House Cancer Support.
Councillor Alan Taylor, Mayor of Dudley, said:
I would like to thank the Gentlemen Songsters for raising this money, it will help my three worthwhile charities to make a big difference to local people’s lives.”
Phil Holden, chairman of Gentlemen Songsters Male Voice Choir, said:
Raising money for charities is a very important part of what we do and we are delighted to be able to present this cheque to the Mayor so that it can help his chosen charities.
ur next big event is on 28 September and we are hoping to raise more cash for the Mayoral charities then.”
For more information about the Gentlemen Songsters visit www.gsmvc.org.uk