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Cows, not overly impressed

The Ridgeway Chorale draws its members from Tring and the surrounding area.  Besides giving charity concerts, they sing at weddings, entertainments, carol services and choral evensongs and annually from the top of Puttenham Church Tower at 6.00 a.m. on 1st May (to a very select audience, including a herd of cows). They welcome invitations to sing at all sorts of occasions and events.

St Andrews, Wiveliscombe

They enjoy travelling, and have given concerts during the last eleven years in such far-flung places as Westleton (Suffolk), Llanidloes (Powys), Buxton & Breadsall (Derbyshire), Wiveliscombe (Somerset), Malvern (Worcestershire), Beaminster (Dorset), Wombourne (Wolverhampton), Farley (Wilts) and Minchinhampton (Gloucestershire) Abroad, they have sung in Montreux (Switzerland) and Montreal (Burgundy).

Since its formation in 2001, the choir has raised over £31,000 for charities - among these the Iain Rennie and St Francis Hospices, the Nelson Trust, the Midlands Air Ambulance and many of the churches in which they performed.

Richard Grylls, in full flight

Richard Grylls, director of the Ridgeway Chorale, has conducted sundry small choirs in Chesham and Tring since 1987.  He is accompanist to a great many young people taking their grade exams, and was for 24 years the accompanist of Tring Choral Society.  A retired teacher, he spends his time organising musical events, arranging and composing music for singers and instrumentalists, and tracing his own and other people’s family history.

Contact us here - enquiries@ridgewaychorale.org.uk - for more information.