Huntingdon choir hands over cash to charity that supports armed forces families

Huntingdon Male Voice choir hand over charity cheque

Huntingdon Male Voice choir hand over charity cheque - Credit: Archant

A Huntingdon-based choir has handed over a cheque for £1,326 to the Scotty’s Little Soldiers charity.

Members of the Huntingdon Male Voice Choir raised the money through its performances during the year and handed the money over at a presentation in September.

Scotty’s Little Soldiers is a nationwide charity that supports the children of members of the armed forces killed in action. The charity has been endorsed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who have become patrons.

The choir will continue its fund raising work will continue with the formation of a new Sing2Help choir this autumn. The group already has 45 volunteers and will perform with HMVC at St Mary’s Church, St Neots, on December 1.

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